The Església de Sant Esteve (Church of Saint Stephen) dates back to the seventeenth century.
Its interior is Gothic in style with a single nave with side chapels where the buttresses rest, polygonal chancel and ribbed vaults. The exterior is in Renaissance style with a simple façade with a rose window without radii open above the triangular pediment that rests on two Ionic columns that frame the semicircular arched doorway. Numerous barrel-shaped gargoyles break up the purity of its lines.
Next to the church is the quadrangular bell tower, which probably served as a defence tower, and which stands without foundations.
The Church of Sant Esteve is one of the features included on the route to get to know the historic centre of Vila-seca via the heritage monuments with a QR code.