The presence of dry stone constructions in the Ulldemolins landscape becomes a reference point of great historical and identifying value for the population.

This type of architecture is found in the back cabins , some buildings away from the urban nucleus that used to cover the place to store the utensils and where the farmers remained during the long periods of harvest; on the margins that form terraces, which help to delimit plots and optimize crop techniques, and bassots , deposits to store rainwater.

These constructions have been perfectly integrated into the agricultural and livestock landscapes of the area, dominated, above all, by the olive, vine and almond trees, and where they remain fully adapted to soil and climate.