Eight centuries of history lie hidden amongst the stones of Can Llovera, which have always been linked to the tending of the land and the raising of animals.
The year 1295 saw the first reference to this family. Ever since then, generation after generation of occupants have dwelled in this ancestral home.
Especially noteworthy is this traditional farmhouse’s unique architectural feature: the square tower, built at the end of the 19th century.
Alongside this ancestral home, and as an annex to the main building, is Cal Rajoler, dating from the middle of the 19th century and which, until recently, was inhabited by Can Llovera’s tenant farmers.