“Las Heras inspires primitivity to the contemporary.
This is the very core of Brugarol Barcelona’s creative structure.”
Las Heras is a wildly aristocratic place, presided by a palace of infinite proportions, rooms and secluded rooms, which combines the main styles that have marked the long architectural history of the country, from the Middle Ages to Modernism. This imposing mansion, documented from 1274, was owned by the Heras family from 1350 until the beginning of the 21st century, when it was incorporated into the Brugarol Group. The farm that surrounds it, with more than 300 hectares of vineyards, olive trees, holm oak forests and subsoil full of truffles, is the clear example of beauty of the landscape, of the harmony between nature and human intervention.