This is an old religious building which, given its construction characteristics, can be dated to the late 15th century.
However, its original style is half hidden due to the alterations it underwent during the 18th century, and also due to the changes made at the end of the 1970s.
It is a gothic-mudejar construction, whose structure includes transverse pointed arches, typical of the Seville’s Sierra Morena.
With a rectangular floor plan, its walls are made of irregular stone (masonry) and plastered brick; and it has a wooden roof, both in the nave and in the sanctuary.
It has a doorway with a pointed brickwork arch in the end façade.