Situated in the Set River valley, with 369 inhabitants, L’Albagés has a landscape peppered with orchards, olive trees and almond trees.

On its highest part, which boasts outstanding panoramic views, you will find the remains of the ancient 12th-century Castell de l’Albagés castle, which became the palace of the administrator of the Poblet monastery three centuries later.

lts highlights include a large Gothic window and the beautiful coat of arms of Abbot Guimerà of Poblet sculpted on either side of the window.

In the village, the Baroque-style Sant Joan Baptista church boasts a profusely decorated façade and a slim belltower.

L’Albagés is currently known for the reservoir at the end of the Segarra-Garrigues canal, and many routes can be taken through the region.