It is a 13th century building that, despite later modifications, retains walls with opus spicatum . The most important reform was the replacement of the original apse by an irregular building that serves as an apse and sacristy. Two side chapels were added to the nave with a rectangular floor plan and a pointed vaulted roof. The door opened on the west façade, and is made of well-worked voussoirs that draw a pointed arch, above it rises a two-eyed belfry.

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