A monument declared as a Site of Local Importance.
Construction of a single nave with diaphragm arches and a wooden roof, finished in stonework and masonry. Looking towards the altar, its right wall rests on the remains of the first medieval wall of which we can see the access door. On the outside remains of a tower can be seen that form part of the current sacristy of the church.
At the start of the 18th Century, the façade, the tower, the choir were added and in the inside, a low quality baroque covering was removed during the restoration during 2003 and 2004.
Inside the complex, the medieval stone altarpiece dedicated to San Pedro and San Pablo (14th century) stands out, that appeared fragmented by the nave during the removal of the baroque structures.