L’Albi is a town situated in the south of Les Garrigues region, right at exit 8 of the motorway AP-2. L’Albi has  764 inhabitants who mainly work in agriculture and industry.

The village is located at the foot of the ruins of the 12th-century castle. The Baroque-style parish church of Santa Maria has a 34-metre-high belltower and a crypt owned by the Albi barons. The 16th-century Sant Cosme i Sant Damià hermitage is a home to paintings from the castle.

The old quarter includes a main square and a  street with arcades, along with Carrer del Call, the old Jewish quarter, all of which are very well preserved.

The village also has remarkable buildings like the Town Hall, the rural cooperative (designed by Cèsar Martinell), the round arch on Carrer del Forn and the remains of the old walls.

The surrounding area is the home to the outstanding cave paintings of Vall de la Coma and Balma del Punts (declared cultural heritage of national interest and world heritage sites by UNESCO).

The Comellerades district features a unique spiral carved into a millennium-old rock, whose centre gives off a great deal of energy.

The Town Hall organises guided tours of the town and its surroundings.

L’Albi has a motorhome parking area.