This area is an excellent example of continental Mediterranean gypsum scrub communities in the Ebro valley. There are many interesting places in the area, such as the abandoned village of La Figuera, Algerri castle, several hermitages, and wine cellars dug out in gypsum (Els Trullets), among others.
Serra Llarga - Secans de la Noguera is an area with unique characteristics, which is located in the heart of the Catalan Central Depression where it borders with the Pyrenean foothills. This area is an excellent example of continental Mediterranean gypsicolous communities in the Ebro Valley. Most of the area is taken up by extensive cereal farming and several endangered species are monitored here, such as the lesser kestrel, the black-bellied sandgrouse and the little bustard.
The abandoned village of La Figuera, together with the remains of a castle, as well as the castle in Algerri, several hermitages and wine cellars dug out of gypsum (Els Trullets), are some of the interesting historical elements in the area.
There are also routes for hiking and mountain biking.