It is a building of simple shapes, rectangular in plan and covered by a pointed vault. The different height and the presbytery arch separate the nave from the altar because it cannot be said that it has an apse as such. To the east, we find the wooden choir below which there’s the door. It is probably an 18th century building. The three buttresses on the south wall guarantee the stability of the building, which is very much conditioned by the slope of the land.

The National Art Museum of Catalonia has a carving of a Christ in Majesty (inventory number 65 504) from Sant Jaume de Travesseres. It is a Christ dressed in a robe, he is crowned, but his hair is guessed from below. He has open eyes and a very poorly worked beard, really painted, the cross may not be the original. It is a late work not earlier than the 13th century, although it follows a more archaic tradition.