This municipal area comprises the village of Sant Climent Sescebes (to the left of the Anvet watercourse) and the hamlet of Vilartolí, the hamlet of Ullastre, the Solers estate with the old Santa Fe dels Solers church and the Rebulls estate.
The mountainous part of this municipality is covered with woodland, predominantly cork oaks (which have been exploited here), kermes oaks and scrubland. Agriculture here is based on dry crops with mainly vines and olive trees. There is a small area of vegetable cultivation near the river. Cattle-breeding and industrial activities related to the wood and farming add to the village’s economy. There are also medicinal water springs. The establishment of the army training centre there stimulated the development of hotels and trade.
Highlights include the Sant Climent parish church, already documented in 882, the current building dating to the early 18th century and the Romanesque Santa Fe dels Solers church.