It is mentioned in the 11th century as the church of the village of Vilagrau, which has now disappeared. The current building has a single rectangular body with the sacristy attached to the south wall. Its orientation is in line with the Romanesque style with the head to the east. A restoration of the slab led to an elevation of the upper part of the walls. A possible lower and narrower head can be guessed at the east wall, it is possible that it had a differentiated apse. It is also evident where the pavement was prior to the restoration and construction of the new one.

Inside we can differentiate two buildings separated by a lowered arch. The eastern half is covered with a flattened barrel vault that starts from a cornice and could possibly be the survivor of an older building; the western half is higher and the beam rests directly on the walls.

The interior of the church is whitewashed, and in those places where it has disappeared, the presence of murals can be seen, where floral motifs are identified, which could have a chronology of the seventeenth or eighteenth century.

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