Another element of great architectural interest to be found wandering around the old town of Vilabella is home to the Castellví family, known for Cal Cristi sample of Renaissance civil architecture.
Church of San Pere
The present church, dedicated to St. Peter, neoclassical, built in the second half of the nineteenth century, and a collection of religious painting of the Catalan, Spanish, Italian and Flemish schools of the sixteenth to nineteenth centuries, with 110 pictures.
The old church
The ancient church of Santa Maria was renovated and still her slender steeple, which was transformed into the reservoir of the village is preserved. He is now the town hall.
Across the township where the holy shrines of each street are exposed are preserved.
Walls of Vilabella
From the ancient walls San Pedro Portal is preserved in the form of arch. The ancient castle of Vilabella, a Gothic staircase in the manor that takes its place.
The Ethnological Field Museum is located at the entrance of the rectory of Vilabella, right next to the church of San Pedro. It can also be accessed from the Casal across the garden of the Abbey. It was inaugurated in 1970 with the collaboration of all neighbors. It consists of elements that go back to the era. With objects throughout his life Mn. Romano Comamala and Valls was finding and collecting. It is composed of several rooms where different environments and times of Catalan peasants are exposed.
The seven bridges
Within the municipality of Vilabella and point of passage of several hiking routes we can go in the area we have what is popularly known as “els 7 ponts”, motivated by the seven arches that compose name. This viaduct serves pass for the railroad bridge over river Gaia, on the line connecting Barcelona and Lleida through Valls. Its construction with bricks and stone with a subarcada reinforcing the central arches, as did early last century, make this bridge a deserving architectural work to be visited. ( Acknowledgements: photo courtesy of the blog “els ulls als peus” )
Gallery of Vilabella
After reform the old convent of Vilabella became the current gallery, where all works of Mn exposed. Romano Comamala and Valls and many others that had been collected. In total you can find 118 paintings, exhibited in three sections: Spanish School, Other schools, Popular Painting Catalana.