The church is a 16th or 17th century building. It has a single nave covered with a semicircular vault and a two-eyed belfry. The door is on the west façade, above which a bull’s-shaped window opens. Attached to the head there is a square-plan body, which acts as a sacristy, covered with a barrel vault. The façade, different from that of the church and its asymmetrical location, suggest that it is an earlier building assimilated by the main building, with characteristics similar to the pre-Romanesque remains of the nearby chapel of Sant Quintí d’Ardòvol.

It preserves the granite baptismal font in a piece made of masonry with a lid and a wooden choir.