Church founded in the 9th century and greatly modified over time, the current work being the result of the reforms of the 17th century. This church is linked to the first documented inn of the entire Camino de Santiago, already mentioned in documents from the year 883.
Rectangular building, with a nave and a straight apse, with an attached sacristy. The altarpiece is from the 17th century, the work of Pedro Sánchez de Agrela, including images of San Antonio de Padua, San Pedro, the Virgen de los Dolores and San Luis de Francia, among others.
The main façade ends in a belfry with two holes