You can visit the modernist Church of Vistabella by the Tarragona architect Josep Mª Jujol, Gaudí's collaborator and considered one of the most prodigious works of modernism
His work expresses his affection for the rural landscape of the Camp de Tarragona and his deep religiosity, as evidenced by the church of the Sacred Heart of Vistabella (Tarragona).
Built between 1917 and 1923, it was commissioned by the residents of Vistabella so that the population could enjoy a parish church. With this will, the construction was carried out with different popular contributions, which determined the austerity of the materials used.
It is a church with a single nave with a square plan on which rests a ribbed vault traced with parabolic arches that start from four free-standing pilasters. Starting from the central structure, following the direction of the diagonal axes that cross the main keystone, four lateral spaces are generated. The entrance porch at one end, and the altar at the other, mark the east-west axis that configures the central nucleus. The space is topped by a hexagonal dome on which stands an original triangular bell tower.