In the middle of the Major Valley, the village of Bovera is emerging. It is located on the right bank of the Cana river, forming the boundary between the lands of Ribera d’Ebre and those of Lleida. The population of Bovera is 263 people (2022). The people, living here, mostly specialize in farming.

Mounting over the village, is the Parish Church of Sant Josep. It was  built in the transition period from Romanesque to Gothic, and the Romanesque portal is a testimony to it. The bell tower was restored in 2004.

The central square, where once was a pond, has interesting ornamental and decorative details.  

The Cooperative del Camp de Bovera, where “Or del Terme” oil is made, should also be highlighted. Nearby, there is a town house, newly  built, and the Civic and Social Center building, where the Museum of Rural Life will be located.

In the municipal area, there is Finca de la Trenca, which runs ecological restoration projects in the region. 

From a viewpoint in the village, we can see the municipal swimming pools, the sports court and the recreation area.

A short drive away from Granadella and Bovera, there is Mas del Senyor- a large estate of the Gustà Bondia dynasty.

Bovera has had a service area for motorhomes for some time. To discover and enjoy Bovera’s environs, visitors can undertake the Route of the Olive Oil Landscapes (“Paisatges de l’Oli”).

Festa Major  (The Major Festival) is celebrated here on May 23 and September 8. March 19 is the day of village’s patron saint. In April, the Clotxa Festival takes place (clotxa is a traditional Catalan food).