The church of Sant Pere (St. Peter), also dubbed the cathedral of the Priorat due to its size, dates from the 18th century.
To the west of the village, beside the river Siurana, are the remains of the Molí dels Frares or Molí Draper, formerly owned by the monastery of Scala Dei to serve the wool business set up by the monks. Poboleda was in fact the place where the Carthusian monks lived while their monastery was being built.
Other spots worth mentioning include the Font del Mingot with its spring and picnic area, the chapel of Maria Assumpta with its recreation area and the Casa dels Frares (Friars' House), today the town hall.
The village has several family wineries that can be visited (see visiting times and conditions in Related Content).