This convent has the typical layout of all Franciscan monasteries. The three most important spaces are the cloister, the church, and the chapterhouse. The cloister, in the form of a ground floor arcade, forms a rectangle with trefoil arches on each side. The church has a single nave with side chapels. It originally had a hipped wooden roof supported by arches. The polygonal apse has a cross-vaulted ceiling. The chapterhouse, on a square plan, boasts one of the few extant examples of Gothic wall painting from the 1400-1425 period in the Region of Valencia, and depicts the Dance of Death.