from C11th to C21st
Mas Huix is a traditional farmhouse from the eleventh century previously called Ca l’Huix.
The family has always been dedicated to the exploitation of the rural property that surrounds it. In the past they also cultivated the fields and they had small cattle to provide themselves.
In 1877 Salvi Huix, who would become Lleida’s bishop, was born there. He died during the Civil War and was proclaimed martyr and venerable by the Catholic Church during the beatification of Tarragona in 2013. The farmhouse’s chapel is a lasting memory of this important stage in his history.
In 2011 Huix family converted the farmhouse into the rural tourism. Several reforms have been done until now in order to offer its customers the comfort of today’s housing, with spacious rooms designed for large family groups, preserving the essence of the house and caring for the environment by making it a delightful place to enjoy the tranquillity, nature and the panoramic views of the surroundings.