Located just 20 km from Lleida, Juneda offers its 3,490 inhabitants the ease of living in a village while having the services of a big city nearby.
It is mainly a farming and livestock village which primarily grows fruit, grains and forage. It is a town with an active cultural and sports life and outstanding facilities.
Vila Closa, with its narrow steep streets, surrounds Calvary hill – a lookout point over Plaça de les Tres Creus – which still bears remains of the walls. One of the Gothic gates from the 14th century called Portal de Lamarca, which has been carefully restored, along with the 15th-century Pou de Gel (ice well), still stand.