This village was built around the Vilabertran monastery, an important Augustinian canonry. Santa Maria de Vilabertran is now a wonderful monumental cluster made up of a church with three naves, a Lombard bell tower and a 12th-13th century cloister. We should highlight the 14th century cross made from Catalan goldsmith that can be seen in the church.
The Torre d’en Reig tower is an early 20th century building where the eminent water colour artist Ramon Reig lived. The house and the tower are in the modernist style, featuring elements that emulate nature, whilst it is also reminiscent of medieval forts. The landscaped area that surrounds the building is breathtakingly beautiful. The building houses many of the village’s services, such as the council’s consistory, the medical clinic and the public schools.