Molí de l’Oli (Ancient Oil Mill)

Art nouveau building decorated by Josep Llimona’s sculpture of Saint Joseph, it’s a building with a gable roof that remains of a Romanesque church. It was restyled in the 90s but the open newel stair, a Catalan traditional structure, was preserved. Inside the building you can observe the first power supply mill of the region.

Nowadays it is used as a polyvalent room for talks, exhibitions, civic and cultural acts. It has a full sound and projector system and wifi. It is an appropriate location for solemn acts and celebrations, such as civil marriages.