Cited in some documents such as Nuestra Señora de la Visitación, this church was built in the 14th-15th centuries, with subsequent reforms and modifications in its structure. It has a rectangular plan and a single nave, with a straight head. The interior is covered with a continuous vault and the exterior with a three-sided roof, which has four in the front. It has two side chapels and a portico that runs along the west side and a small part of the south. The eastern façade is finished off with a nineteenth-century belfry, two storeys high and three bell towers. Next to the church there is a large yew tree.