Nowadays Juncosa has 386 inhabitants and preserves medieval remains and a 14th-century gate. The highest part of the village is the home to Nativitat church, which has a neoclassical façade, a tower and three Baroque inner naves. The altarpiece is a copy of the original one, and the paintings of the evangelists on the dome date back to its restoration in 1992.

On one of the arcades in the oldest part of the village there is a hole which, according to tradition, was where God put the pointed end of the pair of compasses he used to draw the world. In Plaça del Mig del Món, you can see a stone monument built in 1997 depicting this legend.