The Ermita de San Vicente is located in an enclave that used to hold livestock. This consequently means that there is a fresh water pool nearby, called the ‘Bassa d’Albert’, and grazing land. In this way, the Ermita de San Vicente is connected to the village’s cattle breeding tradition. Small in size but a popular landmark, this church, is rectangular in shape and boasts a barrel vault. By entering through a porch flanked by two nondescript columns, you reach the entrance, which is composed of three semi-circular arches. The interior has a wood carving of San Vicente.
The area around the ermita has been converted into a recreational area, making it the ideal place to spend a day in close contact with nature.