Church of Santa Maria
The Church of Santa Maria in Ullà was built around the turn of the eighteenth and nineteenth centuries. The new church replaced the old parish church which was dedicated to Saint Andrew and located a few metres away, which was no longer used for worship. It is a building of considerable size, with a Latin cross floor plan and side chapels between the buttresses. The main nave is covered by an arch with lunettes and has a dome over the crossing. The main façade has the curved ornamental top typical of the baroque. The door has a segmental arch and is flanked by two pilasters with ionic capitals. The bell tower to one side of the façade was left unfinished.