The Romanesque church of Santa Cecília
This is the parish church today. It has a single nave ending in a plain semicircular apse topped with a frieze of carved corbels. It has two double-splayed windows. In the south wall there is a doorway with three concentric arches, rectangular in section, and two other intermediate ones supported by columns with decorated capitals. As a building, it dates from the late 12th century or early 13th, with the later addition of some side chapels and a modern bell tower. It has some granite blocks, though rows of opus spicatum can also be seen in some places. An altar front showing the life of Saint Cecilia in two rows of scenes is preserved in the Catalan national gallery (MNAC).
Inside the church of Santa Cecília, are preserved and exhibited the gothic altarpiece of the XV century original of the church of Nostre Senyora de L’Esperança.