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IV Telluric Concert in the Black Cave of Montsec

The Telluric Concert given in the Black Cave of Matasolana is a longstanding project that has gradually materialised from the first conversations held more than ten years ago between Father Josep M Mauri, General Vicar of the Diocese of Urgell, and Xavier Baulies, Director and founder of the Polyphonic and chamber Choir of Sant Cugat. The first concert took place in summer 2011 (23rd July).

Casa Roca: Second Medal delivered by the Department of tourism

The president of the Generalitat de Catalunya (Catalan Government), Artur Mas, chaired the Tourism 2011 Awards Ceremony on Monday, December 12. Among the attendees to this event, held in the Palace of Generalitat, was Albert Alins, representative of the Provincial Government of Alt Pirineu and Aran. One of the Medals was assigned to Josep Maria Roca i Canal, owner of Casa Roca, in Sant Martí de Barcedana (Pallars Jussà)...

Casa Roca gets the 3 ears of corn (category “Grand comfort”) in the Rural tourism category

In 2010, 88 new establishments of rural tourism joined the ears of corn ranking system, promoted by the Business and Employment Department through the General Direction of Tourism, in cooperation with the most representative organizations of the sector of rural tourism in Catalonia. The system identifies and classifies the touristic establishments with a specific number of ears of corn, depending on the quality offered...

Casa Roca and cuisine with honey

The region of Montsec, land of rosemary and aromatic plants, has been an exceptional area regarding honey for centuries. As such, the latter has always been very present in the local cuisine. This tradition, mixed with the style of the young innovative cooks, has led to a perfect balance between experience and innovation in that field of honey cuisine. A cuisine put together with softness and affection. A natural cuisine inspired by tradition...