As in nearly all mountain villages, in Lloseta one can distinguish the high part – old cobbled streets with the oldest houses – from the low part, which has a more modern structure. The most interesting building is the Palau d’Aiamans, declared an Asset of Cultural Interest, an Italianesque palace with some impressive gardens. Next to it stands the 18th-century church, with a Romanesque carving of the Mare de Déu de Lloseta virgin. On the outskirts one can walk to the oratory of Mare de Déu del Cocó. The shoemaking tradition lives on in the form of a hiking boot factory.