You are in front of a rustic building that can be dated to the 12th century thanks to the decoration of the door located at noon. It is made of Isòvol marble and the semicircular arch has a concave molding in which we find the decoration. It is made up of male heads, some of them bearded and balls. It should be noted that the wood of the door retains part of the old hardware.
The head and bell tower were made later. This one, also located at noon, is free and small, offering a rustic look to the whole.
The National Art Museum of Catalonia preserves the front of a polychrome wooden altar from the 13th century, depicting the Pantocrator surrounded by the four evangelists.