The magical sierras of Castellón province are one of the last great untouched beauty spots in Europe, with magnificent forests, a rich historical heritage and a traditional way of life that has barely changed for centuries.
Nestling in the folds of Penyagolosa Mountain - the highest peak in the area - is Jason’s masia, a collection of stone-built farmhouses with their own slice of mountainside.
Set to the north of Valencia, and within a short drive of both the Mediterranean beaches and the ski slopes of Javalambre, this is a very special property for lovers of nature - a refuge, an oasis of true silence, a place to ‘get away from it all’.
Entertaining, accessible and sincere... Readers and travellers alike - whether stranded in their comfy chair at home or already abroad and determined never to return to these shores - should pick up this gentle and moving guide to the discovery of an enviably unspoilt paradise.
Rory MacLean, in The Guardian
Appealingly conversational... an inspiring account of a young couple learning to deal with the vicissitudes of their rural idyll.