The town hall

It is one of the most patrimonial and emblematic building in town. It was built in 1786 as the town hospital. Subsequently, the half-buried plant was a school and the ground floor was the teachers’ home.

The façade is structured with pointed arches and decoration which will remind you a bit of the Gothic architecture.

In 1893, the town hall received the right to use this building as the town Hall (known as “La Casa de la Vila”). Initially, the ground floor kept all the exhibition material which was later relocated in Museu Guilleries. In 1906, some reforms were made by the architect Ildefons Casamor, who left it practically as it is now. The latest reforms were in 2010, mainly on the main floor, and some lifts were added too.