It is a 12th century building, with a single nave very long due to various modifications. The apse and the first section of the nave are still from this time, as evidenced by the fact that the window of the apse and the southern wall have the same bill.

The rest of the nave was rebuilt and reinforced with former arches to support the pointed vault that saves the difference in level with the vault of the apse with a double presbyteral arch.

The access door is on the west façade, it is formed by a semicircular arch made of well-cut voussoirs and followed by a simple dust cover. A two-eyed belfry rises above it, which was later converted into a tower.

It preserves the baptismal font made of a block of granite and a wooden heart.

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