La Pobla de Cérvoles has 191 inhabitants. It is a mountain resort at the feet of the Serra de Llena mountain range. In the 18th -century Mare de Déu de la Jonquera church, you can see the avant-garde murals by Víctor P. Pallarés and a fully-restored Baroque organ (1752).

The 17th-century Sant Miquel hermitage is the home to the Sant Miquel altarpiece, a copy of the original by Bernat Martorell. The old 18th-century Molí de la Societat mill is worth visiting, the site of the Town Hall and Oil Eco-museum. Across from this building is a monument to Josep Espasa i Anguera, who was born in this village and was the founder of the Encyclopaedia Espasa, which bears his name.

La Vinya dels Artistes, owned by the Mas Blanch i Jové winery, is also open for visits.

There is a farm school and accommodations in the village.