In 1992, a couple of young dreamers fell in love with this Asturian farmhouse and began its careful reconstruction following the guidelines of traditional architecture. The property included a farmhouse or “Quintana”, which consisted of a house, stables, a hórreo (granary) and farmland. In 1995, the restoration of the first phase was completed and La Montaña Mágica was opened to the public.
Little by little the accesses, interior paths, installations, etc. were improved, concluding in 2001 with the opening of the second phase, as well as with what is now the restaurant and the granary.
The stables were also adapted to continue with the breeding and a better care of autochthonous breeds. There, the Asturcones horses, the Xaldas sheep, and the Asturian cows of the Valleys are housed.
The surrounding deciduous forests are also being replanted, and a holm oak plantation is being started on the southern slope of the Cuanda crag, next to the farmhouse.