Santa Coloma de Queraltis located in the north-east of the Conca de Barberà, the county to which it belongs administratively, and it is the centre of the natural county of the Baixa Segarra, historically linked to the vicarage of Cervera. A village full of history that invites the visitor to take a relaxing stroll through its streets, stop in front of its houses and balconies, sit down in the shady squares, while contemplating its monuments such as the Castle of the Counts, the gothic church of Santa Maria, the Fontain of Canelles, the Romanesque portal of Santa Maria de Bell-lloc, the portals of medieval times, or the old store of Cal Jaume Punto, recovered year 2017 as a museum shop. It is also the starting point for the Terres del Gaià way and the mill route, among others. Throughout the year many festivals are celebrated. Som Terra de Patrimoni (we are land of heritage), the Romesco Festival, the typical dish of the town, the Festa Major and Som terra de safrà (saffron) are the most important.