Places of interest include several chapels in and around the village: Sant Bartomeu (St. Bartholomew) is one of the best-preserved examples of Romanesque-style architecture in the county. It has a single nave and a semicircular apse dating from the 12th century. It can only be reached on foot, along the gorge of the Congost de Fraguerau. The chapel dedicated to Sant Antoni (St. Anthony) and Santa Bàrbara (St. Barbara) is a simple structure in a highly picturesque spot, with water and a range of facilities. That of Santa Magdalena (St. Mary Magdalene) is very similar to the parish church, as they were designed by the same architect. The chapel of Mare de Déu de Montsant (Our Lady of Montsant) is two hours' walk from the village and is the highest chapel on the massif. That of Verge de Loreto (Our Lady of Loreto) has a façade decorated with sgraffito and inside there are Byzantine-style murals painted in the mid-nineties.
The Renaissance-style church of Sant Jaume Apòstol (St. James the Great) was designed by the architect Father Joan Amigó, a native of the village.
Around Ulldemolins there are a host of beauty spots with names like La Fontalba, La Punta de la Galera, L’Albereda de l’Arçons, La Cova Santa, El Toll de l’Ou, El Tormo del Magre, La Roca Corbatera, El Molí d’en Vaquer, Les Crestes d’en Blai, La Punta del Peret, El Pi de la Carabasseta, El Congost del Fraguerau, La Font de la Gleva, La Roca Balladora, Els Tres Jurats Petits, Els Tres Jurats Grans, El Racó de la Pastera, La Cova de la Pastera and El Racó de Sant Bartomeu.