This Romanesque church dates from the 11th century, although it has undergone various alterations over the years.
It is an attractive church with a single nave which has additional chapels. Outstanding are its exterior and the grille that protects the window, an original work from the 12th century. Also of interest are a series of reliefs on the interior wall, especially the one depicting the sacrifice of Isaac, along with interesting capitals such as those to be found in the main chapel. The north wall and the gable end were modified in the 18th century.