Convent of Sant Jacint

The cloistered nuns keep with suspicion the secrets of this clerical building that in times of the Civil War became an asylum for republican refugees. This Dominican convent dates back to the 16th century and was built at the behest of a local couple, who are represented in the painting above the altarpiece of the High Altar. In the chapel of the Mother of God of the Rosary there are paintings attributed to Josep Renau, father of the well-known poster artist. The church is the only area that can be visited.