It is a one-nave temple, with the usual semicircular apse on the east. In later periods of the Romanesque period, two chapels were added on either side of the ship's head, forming a small cruise, and a sacristy on the southern side of the apse. The apse has a cover with a quarter-round vault, and the nave, with a wooden cover. The door opens at noon, currently under a more modern porch than the main part of the church. In the northwest corner, there is also a small bell tower. Inside, at the end of the presbytery there is a wooden choir.