A church with Romanesque and Gothic elements
Its structure is in the Romanesque style. The cloister and the roof are Gothic and date from the 15th century.
It forms part of the premises of the Monastery of Santa Anna, connected to the order of the Holy Sepulchre since the 12th century. The church, with a Greek cross plan, preserves its Romanesque structure, although its roof, dome base, cloister and chapter room (15th century) are quite Gothic. In the small square nearby, there is an old marker cross.