Quick historical note:

They used to call “caminer” to the person who made ​​the maintenance of the roads that in that time where made of sand. In many villages, the home where he lived was said “Cal Caminer”, for this reason that name can be found in different populations. Even now the Ministry of Public Works is a job category called “Peón Caminero.” Cal Caminer lived in charge of maintaining the stretch of road from Guimerà to Ciutadilla.

Cal Caminer was rebuilt entirely in 2002 to adapt to the needs and comforts, keeping the entire structure of stone and wooden beams.

The house is on two floors, the ground floor there is the entrance, a games room with table football and table tennis, and a toilet and and the outdoor courtyard with barbecue, table under a sunshade, three chairs and umbrella with whirlpool.
And the main floor entrance hall, an open space that includes the kitchen, dining room and living room with fireplace. Three shower rooms and four bedrooms, all exterior.