Villa Mas Mateu is a grand 18th century Spanish estate located on 70 hectares to the north east of Barcelona and has retained all the grandeur and style of its pedigree roots. The property is home to Southern Europe's leading equestrian facilities and is one of the world's finest for training dressage horses.
Dining is a true Catalan experience with the region being home to some of the most celebrated restaurants and chefs in Spain including El Cellar de Can Roca which was once again named best restaurant in the world in 2015.
The Costa Brava region attracts the artistic and creative and has given inspiration to many famous artists including Salvador Dali, Miro and Pablo Picasso.Guests can explore along the coastline by yacht or by chauffeur driven car to the nearby town of Roses which dates back to the 8th century BC and is surrounded by golden sand beaches and tiny coves. The area is rich in history with fascinating pre-historic monuments and ruins dating from the 16th Century left by the ancient settlers along this stretch of the Mediterranean coast.