Vilaller is the capital of the valley Vall de Barravés, of glacial origin, on the border with Aragon. The ancient prison from the 17th century is considered the oldest of Lleida, and also the church of Sant Climent, the Romanesque bridge over the river Noguera Ribagorçana, the arched wall from the 11th century and the Romanesque hermitage of Sant Mamès. A visit to the old town is absolutely necessary and you can also go hiking with the family along the many ways that holds the municipality. A municipality of customs and traditions, in Vilaller is important to stand out the traditional Tatero Dance, the millenary fair of All Saints Day and the popular festivity of falles. However, one of the most deeply rooted traditions in the village of Vilaller is the ordeal, which began in the 17th century and goes from the church of Sant Climent to the hermitage of Riupedrós, the steps of which are indicated by the copper sculptures of the access road to the chapel, made by the painter and sculptor Victor P. Pallarès.