The old parish church of Sant Miquel d’Isòvol is of Romanesque origin from the 13th century, it was replaced by the current neo-Romanesque style. It consists of a single nave, an apse to the east and a door facing south. On the south façade there is the arched door and two narrow semicircular windows that reproduce the façade of a Romanesque building. The ashlars are of local stone with incursions of blocks of pink marble extracted from the hill of Isòvol. The semicircular apse has a small apse attached to it to the north and the bell tower has recently been renovated in the 21st century.