It is one of the municipalities that make up the routes dels Cellers Modernists and the Cistercian.
Not sure the origin of the village before the Reconquista, but that during the year 1178 mentions the castle.
The castle is located in the highest part of the population. The present work is the result of the reforms in the sixties. It is privately owned. The wall facing the road could be Conesa, largely original.

The church, dedicated to San Salvador, is late Baroque. It was probably erected in the late eighteenth century, an old plant with Romanesque elements.

The Cooperative Agricultural Art Nouveau inspired by Cesar Martinell .
The three structures were built during the years 1918, 1931 and 1947.
It features an impressive brick diaphragm arches.

Bibliography
  • GUAL VILA, VALENTÍ: Guia de Rocafort de Queralt. Diputació de Tarragona, 1992. Tarragona i comarques. Autors i temes