Located between the Delta de l'Ebre Natural Park and the Ports Natural Park, and close to the city of Tortosa, it allows its occupants to visit the diverse landscape of the Terres de l'Ebre with small trips.
Mas Daudén has been, for half a century, the home and workplace of the family of Crsitóbal Daudén and Isabel Lamata, and their children Jaime, Joaquín and Cristóbal. Originally from Aragon - he came from Iglesuela del Cid and she from Alcorisa - they took over the estate in 1945, a year after his sister Mariana Daudén Royo bought it.
The owner built a house there to spend the summer when she set up her residence in Zaragoza, it is the house you see when you enter it and we know it as "Casa de les Ties", as Mariana shared the rooms with the sisters Consuelo and Teresa.
Over the years, the rest of the houses have been transformed to suit the family business: a small farm and ranch that started with ten dairy cows and expanded with the raising of oxen.
Abandoned the livestock business in the 80s, the grandchildren, current owners, have rehabilitated the house, which now has four bedrooms with bathroom, all with heating, a kitchen and a large living room with fireplace, many windows facing to the south, large doors, and generous interior and exterior spaces that respect the ambiance of a country house.