This is a Mudejar building with three naves with modern roofs and a main chapel with ribbed vaults. In the left nave there is a doorway built over a semicircular arch. Inside the church there are various 18th century works of art, including the main altarpiece, comprised of ornamental elements, the sculptures of the Immaculate Conception, the Child Jesus, the Crucified Christ, Saint Anthony of Padua and the painting of the Virgen de los Reyes.
Over the baroque altarpiece, there is a painting of Las Ánimas, which is attributed to the painter Francisco de Zurbarán, who, although born in Extremadura, was trained in the Seville school.
It is open to the public during the celebration of masses.