His origins go back in the middle of the 16th century, though there are hypotheses that indicate the constructive beginnings of the temple at the end of the 15th century. In the 18th century, it was rebuilt and extended by feet and headboard from the supports of the ship of cruise or transept, being kept only of the primitive temple, the lateral front pages.
His interior presents three ships separated by arches formers of half a point that they ride on compound supports (pillars and a half columns).
The lateral ships have covered a water with roofs of wood, and the head office covers with a lower stone of oil-mill decorated for the big houses with small roses. The cruise of the church turns out to be crowned by a dome finished off in a lantern that it rests on scallops.
The principal front page placed to the feet of the building gets up in granite, is formed by a round arch flanked by pilasters Toscana on that there raises a triangular fronton of neoclassic cut that gives step to a tunnel vault in granite that supports the pushes belfry toasts of it.
The tower concludes in the last quarter of the 18th century.