Church already mentioned in the documentation of the Asturian monarchy period, in the 10th century, which in its current configuration is shown as a late Romanesque building (from the 13th century), much later transformed. It has a rectangular plan, with a single nave with a wooden roof and a square head with a barrel vault. Outside, it has a portico on the south side, which precedes the main entrance of the building, very simple, formed by a pointed arch with a single thread. Romanesque decorative elements are preserved in some corbels on the exterior of the nave and the chevet, as well as on the front of the south façade and in the triumphal arch that, inside the building, separates the nave from the apse. On the west façade there is a belfry with two openings.