Situated on the River Set, with 403 inhabitants and a land area of 25.99 sq km, it has a landscape with orchards, olive trees and almond trees.

On its highest part, we find the remains of the ancient 12th-century Castell de l’Albagés (castle), which used to be the palace of the administrator of Monestir de Poblet (monastery).

Its highlights are a large Gothic window and the beautiful coat of arms of Abbot Guimerà of Poblet, sculpted on each side of the window.

In the village, Església de Sant Joan Baptista (church), Baroque in style, boasts a profusely decorated façade and a slim belltower.