El Vilosell is a village with an array of different terrains full of pine and oak groves. Its population, just 169 inhabitants, increases during the summer.

The village still harbours some remains from the old castle, a Romanesque gate and a Baroque parish church (with Romanesque roots) dedicated to the Virgin Mary. Today it has only one nave that houses the Santíssim chapel and the baptistery. You can also visit a private collection dedicated to the rural world.

The town square has a 14th-century Gothic stone cross across from the Sant Sebastià hermitage, and the Baroque Sant Miquel de la Tosca hermitage is in a spot called Les Fontetes.

El Vilosell is one of the most charming villages in the country because of its narrow streets, flowers and stone constructions.