From the Visitor Service La Fageda Fundació are visits to families and individuals all weekends and holidays. In school holidays we also carry out visits on weekdays. Our visits are always by appointment. The visit, including tasting lasts approximately 1h30. and is priced at 4 euros for adults, 2 euros for youth 11-18 years old, 1 euro for children 6-10, free for children under 6 years. The opening hours of our facilities is 9 to 15h. A guide will accompany you to the farm where you will see cows in production, the labor ward, calves and milking parlor. It will also explain its operation. Once in the factory, from the outside, you can see how we transform milk into yogurt and desserts, as well as the different processes and fermentation. Audiovisuals and tasting.
Mas Els Casals, s/n
17811 Santa Pau, La Garrotxa (Girona) Spain
Accreditations / Quality Standards:
European Charter for Sustainable Tourism in Protected Areas
Garrotxa Collsacabra Sustainable Management
Information Point of La Garrotxa Volcanic Zone Natural Park
Catalan, Spanish, English and French
La Fageda Fundació is situated in the region of the Garrotxa, an area with a large collection of natural treasures, among them the Natural Park of Volcanic Zone of the Garrotxa, a vast landscape of 12,000 acres with over forty volcanoes hidden between vegetation, and the Alta Garrotxa, an area of high mountains very quiet Area of Natural Interest declared part of the Natura 2000. In the Natural Park there are 28 walking routes that pass through places of great scenic attraction. Natural Park itineraries connect to the network of trails Itinerànnia, which in turn, can easily walk to any point of the Garrotxa, Ripollès or Alt Empordà. La Garrotxa is also an excellent place to practice cycling and has the Greenway Olot-Girona.
Commitment to the conservation of the biodiversity and protected areas:
La Fageda Fundació takes into account the preservation of the environment and its management is evaluate annually through the sustainability report, from which adopts measures to minimize their impacts.
Tel: 0034 902 118 150