Puiggròs is inhabited by 276 people who live on the hill which lends its name to the village.
Castell-Palau de Puiggròs (castle-palace) used to stand in the centre of the village; some walls still remain with Gothic windows and gates whose keystones are decorated with the manor lords’ coats-of-arms.
The Romanesque Santa Maria parish church, built of carved stone, features a square belltower.
The old Town Hall used to have a carved stone extolling the virtues of Isabel II of Castille.
The new part of the village has a Cultural and Recreational facility.