The Sant Martí Church
Situated in the lower western area of its quarter. It is a building dating from the 13th century made up of a rectangular nave which originally had its façade and access on the west side, where you can still see the original entrance, half covered in earth, corresponding to the late Romanesque. Attached to the church there is the vicarage and the town hall. The graveyard was moved next to the Chapel of Sta. Cecília.