Parish temple badly damaged during the civil war, after which it had to be rebuilt, acquiring its current conformation, in which previous elements such as the chevet survive.
It has a rectangular floor plan and a single nave, with a transept and two side chapels in that area. The head is rectangular, opening to it the small rooms corresponding to the sacristy and a small chapel. Towards the south, to the outside, it has a portico supported by cast iron columns, while the main façade, which is the one that faces the Camino de Santiago on its approach to this temple, is presented as a body of marked verticality, with the span access on the ground floor, in the shape of a rectangle topped by a lowered arch. Above, a small oculus, and behind a line of impost, two blind windows, heirs of the old construction. The façade is crowned by the bell tower or belfry, with a double hole and bells each, ending in a triangular shape, with decoration of balls on prisms and a stone cross in the central axis.