The current building is a reconstruction made in the 18th century following the Romanesque tradition, with the addition of the sacristy to the southern façade where we find the door made with two monolithic pillars and three voussoirs. The square nave is covered, as is the apse, by an exaggeratedly pointed stone vault. The vault of the sacristy is barrel vaulted. It preserves the wooden choir at the end of the nave. It is presided over by a simple altar made of stone. A small belfry rises on the west façade.

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