Puigpardines church is an impressive building located in a quarter named after it. Its origin dates from the 12th century, but, nowadays, only a part of the original Romanesque church is preserved and it is badly damaged by the earthquakes in the 15th century. After these earthquakes, the church was widened with two parts and a Renaissance apse. The Romanesque portal, with its two columns and capitals, located at the back of the church is also original. On the inside of the church, there are several Romanesque elements, as well as a baptismal font.