18th-century chapel, with a single rectangular nave divided into three sections with exterior buttresses. Inside the church there is a Romanesque baptismal font.
On the main façade there is a steeple and several ornamental pinnacles that also crown the corners of the church.
Two baldachin lintels at the entrance to the cemetery surrounding the church are worth mentioning. The one on the right has two ogee arches with balls and flowers and a representation of the burial of Christ. The one on the left shows Saint Sebastian pierced by six arrows shot by two archers at either end.