(Napoleonic battery) Declared Good of Cultural Interest in the category of monument, they are the remains of a fortification of the 18th century, re-used during the War of the Independence. It is placed in the high part of the village, from which we can see the whole Càrcer‘s Valley. This masonry and brick structures is laying down on the rock. The plant is squared, with semicircular towers in the corners, and buttresses. There still have remains of loophole battlements of brick of identical dimensions as those of the minor arches.