Built in the 13th century, it was later modified, transformed and widened in the 16th and 18th centuries. Various valuables disappeared during the Civil War.
Still conserved are a Gothic silver processional cross with rich enamels and a Morella punch from the late 15th century and the 18th century St. Bartholomew reliquary.
It’s a temple featuring a Greek cross-plan with a central dome, side entrance and a bell tower located at the foot of the central nave, which has a belfry with a semi-circular roof—an architectural rarity at the time. The recent renovations of the picturesque roof have created a surprising and even unexpected result. Given its location at the foot of the castle, together, they form a monumental site crowning the town.