The property, on the right side of the village of Bescaran (1,350 m) covers 1.2 hectares, most of which are natural grass meadow, kept fresh and renewed thanks to the horses grazing there. The ancient pear tree provides us with pears to make the conserve which accompanies the meats from the Saó kitchen. At the edges of the field we can pick walnuts and hazelnuts, raspberries and sometimes there are fairy ring mushrooms. At the foot of the village we can admire the Romanesque bell tower dating from the 12th century.
A short walk takes us to the dolmen known as the Cabana del Moro, a Neolithic stone from 2100 BC.