Although altered, this building is one of the architectural jewels of the region, and is of great cultural interest. This is an aqueduct located in the Barranco de l'Aigua Salt and whose function was to bridge the ravine, in order to carry water from the ditch to the neighboring Quart. This aqueduct has 28 arches and over time, continuous leaks have led to an addition of stalactites which give it a special look. Its origin is not certain, although several studies believe that it is a Roman construction. In the 70s of C20th century it was replaced by a new aqueduct, which still runs the water from the ditch to Quart.