We are in front of a very austere building from the 12th century, in which the most remarkable thing is the apse with the two double-slit windows, a central one and the southern one with a better bill. The nave has many remnants of the façade and several later openings, some of them walled up. Inside, both the nave and the apse have pointed vaults without a cornice on the impost. At the foot of the nave rises the square tower bell tower, topped by four windows and paved.

The open door in the southern wall, made of local stone, is made up of three degraded arches with the peculiarity that the one in the interior instead of an arch has a semicircular stone that simulates a lintel holding a small tympanum.

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