It is reached through a stairway that, from the square, gives access to a building started in the XVI century, but which has undergone numerous restorations, the most recent completed in 2017. The portico of access to the interior was an old chapel that was opened in the middle of the last century.
It has a nave divided into sections and houses a XVII century altarpiece. It is of great importance the XVIII century ivory Christ and images like those of Saint Joseph, The Virgin of Rosario and Saint Peter.
The stained glass windows and the interior surface finish in stone highlight the space of the church. It is interesting to note that an old ditch runs under the main altar.