On the third day you move on from the capital Moià to the village of Collsuspina, just some ten minutes away from the capital. The name of the village comes from Mas de l'Espina, or ‘farmhouse of the thorn’. This building, around which the village grew, dates back to 1550 and was once collectively owned by the residents of the area you're exploring today. The farmhouse long since became a restaurant, which you can visit today and which is, in fact, at the end of the walk we suggest you do today.
To find Mas de l'Espina, and to explore the village and its charming and fascinating surrounding area, start your walk from Plaça Major. Near the Ajuntament (town hall), take Carrer Nou until you reach the church – once a simple chapel which was transformed at the end of the 19th century. Following the same street you'll arrive at a car park. From there, take the path marked for l'Espina about 1 km away.
Take a BTT walking route, and you'll enter a forested area, and soon after you'll notice a gentle gradient, offering, as the fruit of your labour, wonderful views of the village and the surrounding area. On your descent, you'll come across a farm and the N-141c road. At the other side of the road, farms and farmhouses dot the way to Raval de Les Casetes, a neighbourhood of stone houses dating to the 18th century. Crossing the road again you'll soon enter Collsuspina along a wide road called Carrer Major, where a cross signals the ancient boundary line between parishes. And here lies your destination, the now rather ramshackle restaurant which was once Mas de l'Espina, a wonderful place steeped in history to complete your day, and your getaway to Moianès.