The bell tower of Sant Fèlix was built in 1738next to the 15th-century church. It is in the baroque style, on an octagonal ground plan with four sections, the first three are of stone and the last of terracotta tiles. The interior contains traces of the former chapel of El Roser. The interior, with a Catalan modernista clock, the conjuratory, which contains pieces found in excavations in the vicinity, and the bells themselves may all be visited. Thanks to its 37 metres in height, it is an excellent vantage point over the city.