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Charming village house in Southern Catalonia

Casa Ermita (House of the Hermitage) is next to the historic Ermita in Benifallet and is one of the highest houses in the village with breath-taking views across the river Ebro and up towards the mountains of El Ports natural park.

It’s an ideal place to relax and unwind in comfort surrounded by nature and rural life. People in the village are friendly with pride in their community and will offer to lend a hand if needed.

Welcome to Beni and our family ‘casa’ that is rustic and charming. There’s much on your doorstep to explore or just relax 'at home'.  

  • 3 bedrooms (1 dbl en-suite, 1 twin & 1 single)
  • 2 bathroooms
  • Sunny terrace with stunning views
  • Sitting balcony looking out over the village
  • Comfortable open plan lounge and dining area
  • Fully fitted kitchen with washing machine.
  • Convenient location with parking nearby.
  • Internet access. CDs, DVDs, games, books all available to guests for their stay
  • Electric fans, mosquito nets & citronella candles but no air con.
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Benifallet & Surrounding Area

Benifallet is in eastern Spain, nestled in the southern corner of Catalonia along the lush and fertile Ebro river (Baix Ebre). It's a stone's throw from the Terra Alta (highlands and mountains).

Reus is the nearest airport, a 50 min drive with Barcelona (El Prat) just under 2 hours up the coast and Valencia the same distance south. Trains and buses from Tortosa (20 min drive away) to all cities. HIFE buses run from the village to Tortosa.

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Things to do in the area include:

  • Boat trips (Llagut de Benifallet sails twice daily)
  • Cycling the Via Verde - Green Route
  • Kyaking and canoeing on the river
  • Fishing trips
  • Awesome Caves of Wonder (Maravelles)
  • Adventure parks
  • Bird watching and exploring Delta D’Ebro (biggest paella rice growingflat lands)
  • Walking, hiking in El Ports Natural Park
  • An abundance of locally grown produts; oranges, olives, apricots,, cherries, and peaches.
  • Excellent restaurants and bars offer delicious home cooked meals with long lunches (mostly closed on Mondays)
  • Vineyard tours
  • Painting and ceramics on hand with local artists