It is a building that preserves, with certain restorations, the old apse decorated with five original blind arches, grouped in pairs between pilasters, and which formerly must have had five groupings. The characteristics of the apse allow us to date the building to the first half of the 11th century. The rest is rebuilt as well as the top of the nave, clearly enhanced. The sacristy was later added. The door was modernly modified with a lowered arch. To the west the belfry is risen.

Inside, the nave is covered with a semicircular vault and saves the difference in height with respect to the apse with the triumphal arch. It preserves the wooden choir and the old baptismal font.

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