Avinyonet de Puigventós is surrounded by a dry stone landscape, which lends it a great deal of personality.
The Santa Eugènia chapel
It can be found to the south of the village (approximately 1 km away). This church has one nave and a semicircular apse and dates back to the Romanesque era, most probably from the 11th century. It was changed in the 17th century and then restored by the Santa Eugènia Trust in the seventies.
Sant Esteve church
Church within the castle enclosure of the hospital parcel of Avinyonet, is a huge building that features elements from different periods. After undergoing different reconstruction works, it now comprises a rectangular-shaped nave, the entrance is to the east and the altar stands at the far west, which is the opposite to the traditional arrangement of Christian churches.
The Mas Margall ponds
The Mas Margall small ponds are an old gravel pit that has been restored as a natural area with three small ponds, a willow grove, communities of wet grasslands and reed beds, and an area of dry pasture land. The natural area stands on the site where dry stone extraction was carried out, making good use of the fact that the area was a river terrace of the river Manol.