The Camino de Santiago enters the Segarra region through the port of La Panadella, 725m high, this port separates the Segarra from the Anoia. It runs through the valley of the river Ondara that covers, from east to west, the municipalities of Talavera, Ribera d'Ondara, Cervera and Granyanella to enter the neighboring region of Urgell. The total length of the section is 23 km. The most emblematic points of the route, however, are the church of Sant Jaume de Pallerols (12th century) and the city of Cervera. in the Berenguer de Castelltort hospital (current Mare Güell geriatric residence) or the stained glass windows of the parish church of Santa Maria.