A Vilavella railway station is an important point of interest since it was refurbished in 2009 to host tourist facilities: a cafeteria, an interpretation centre for the construction of the Zamora-A Coruña line, etc.
The Church da Vilavella, dedicated to St Mary of the head, is a neo-classical style temple dating back to the Modern Age. On the main facade pediment the door stands out, with the semicircular arch and decorated concaves with beautiful geometric motifs (spirals rosette with four leaves ...) and framed with pilasters, also having spindles and pediment with an alcove in the tympanum.
To the south of the church of St Mary a chapel of Christ, a remarkable but confusing baroque temple built in 1789 that presents an infrequent N-S orientation, which had to be the object of a special dispensation from the ecclesiastical authorities. The most outstanding element is the bell tower, of a single opening itself, but richly decorated with a pair of Doric freestanding columns on pedestal, plates, and hanging plant motifs hanging from lateral volutes. Beside it is a remarkable figurative cruise.