Of Renaissance style this church dating from the XVI century has a basilica floor plan with barrel vaults and transverse arches. Of particular interest are the Renaissance elements: the door crowned with a classic triangular pediment on the main facade and the apse covered with extraordinary star-shaped ogival vaults, housing a baroque altarpiece with three rows and two levels, divided by pilasters. On the exterior, there are two pairs of openwork pyramidal pinnacles that stand out, one of them - the lower one on the south side - is complemented by a sundial. In the atrium there is a stone cross without figuration and the remains of an approximately 17th Century Via Crucis, as well as a group of tombstones of great interest that are carved in granite.