This church was built in the XII above a previous building consecrated by Aliba Abbot. It consists of an only nave with a semicircular apse. The nave is covered with a barrel vault and the apse with a quarter circle vault. It has two chapels and a Sacristy added to the sides and a bell tower that originally was a bell gable one. An outstanding feature is the lack of decoration and the use of two kinds of Ashlar stones: some of them big and well carved and others small and irregular. It is an example of the Romanesque architecture of the XII century.