It has a 13th-century tower with openings and a military appearance. The tower stands at the foot of an 11th-century church with 3 naves divided by pilasters and covered by cross vaults. The apse is in the Romanesque style. The Gothic main entrance has six archivolts and is beneath the tower. The Gothic figures stand in contrast to the Romanesque low relief. Highlights of the interior include a 14th-century Christ in the presbytery, the 16th- and 17th-century altars (one with a Flemish Pietà), and a fragment of Gothic mural.