Can Tarragona is an old mansion, located in the historic center of the town of Balaguer, in the old Jewish quarter. Located near Plaça Mercadal, its main facade faces the street of Miracle, where the adjoining house separates it from the Church of Sant Josep, which in the past was a synagogue. The back of the house, a part of the old town wall, faces the Segre river. Can Tarragona shares the town wall passage with the neighboring houses. The house is named after the owner's family, who acquired it in 1964 and proceeded to a careful restoration and decoration with furniture and pieces acquired from antiques or purchased from churches of the region in ruins, thus preventing their disappearance. The house retains its native structure and distribution. The basement, of Jewish origin as reflected in the water pipes, contains the "cellar", with two wells or reservoirs that were probably used for conservation of oil and other products, and the stable. There is also a passage, now walled up, which communicates with the Church of Sant Josep. In one of the rooms in the basement there is also a massive stone table in one piece. The courtyard stands out at the back of the house, bounded by the thick stone walls of the building and the wall, and through which the visitor reaches a space, known as "lo Portalet", that overlooks the river. Accessing the house through the main entrance, the visitor finds himself in a large hall with stone slabs covering the ground and monastic stalls. A first flight of stairs leads to a spacious game room. Continuing the ascent, now through a covered patio, you get to the first floor, where the main rooms of the house are. The ceilings’ original paintings as well as moldings and coffered ceilings have been recovered, thanks to the intervention of master craftsmen such as the carpenter Ton Camarasa and the painter Àngel Soldevila. Mosaics and original wooden floors of the various rooms have also been preserved. Foremost among them, the main room, with a mirror by Murano, the dining room with its fireplace of solid wood, or the library, with over a thousand volumes, many of them bound in parchment, from the Franciscan convent of Sant Domènech. The bedrooms are furnished in imperial and Venetian style. On the second floor, currently divided into two large open spaces, there is a terrace overlooking the river. It is a vantage point not only of the river Segre pass through the city, but also of the Montsec mountains that can be seen in the distance. Finally, the attic, located on the third floor and known in the region as "lo perche”, with original wooden beams at sight and old floor tiles, offers the possibility of recreating an isolated and cozy past.