Pre-Romanesque church with a single nave, a presbytery on a rectangular floor plan, and a semi-circular apse. The north doorway dates from the 12th century. From the outside, the sanctuary has a semi-circular apse, which was built in the 13th century. Inside, the nave is covered with a wooden roof. It preserves a triumphal pointed arch supported by columns. The area of the presbytery is roofed with a barrel vault and the apse with a quarter-sphere vault.