This late 15th-century Mudejar building features some Romanesque elements, such as thick walls.
The transversal arches and side entrance were added in the mid-16th century.
The tower’s bell chamber was built in the Baroque period. The entrance has a modern lintelled porch covered by a groin vault supported by columns.
Highlights inside include the Baroque altarpiece and the steps leading to the presbytery, covered with 16th-century girih tiles.