Shire: Alt Camp
Altitude: 229 m
The municipality of Montferri is located to the southeast of the Alt Camp, on the border with the region of Tarragona, and bounded on the north by the end of Vila RODONA by the Northeast with Rodanyà, on the east by Masllorenç, by the Southeast with Bonastre, by the South with Solomon and west with Bràfim i Viabella. Most of its territory is located on the right side of the river Gaia which crosses from north to Sud At township Northeast found the Sierra de Montferri (Tossa Montferri Grossa, 386m).
Montferri Township, until 1972 called Puigtinyós, originated in medieval times, and called her former term and Monferri Castle.
The municipality include the subtractions old, and very few of the Torre del Moro and the Lookout Tower. Also the parish church of Sant Bartomeu (pattern name of the town) built in the late fourteenth century and retains a square bell tower and a horseshoe arch in the South face of the twelfth century. Rocamora's Castle in 1072, and that before the confiscation of Mendizabal Montferri Castle was called, it has now become a restaurant.
In contrast to the medieval part of the town we found the little modernist shrine of the Virgin of Montserrat, designed by the architect Josep M. Jujol, disciple of Gaudí. Work began in 1925, but soon stopped due to the war and postwar 1985 finally works were resumed and was opened in 1999. As a curiosity that were the same farmers in the village in charge of manufacturing, from the beginning, all the pieces to build the sanctuary, using Gaia river gravel mixed with cement.