It is a Romanesque building with a floor of nave, now devoid of the apse. By adding up, in the fourteenth century, two side chapels, has resulted in a false floor of a Latin cross. It has two doors, two at noon. The oldest is decorated with four columns per side, with wide semicircle carved tympanum and voussoirs. Located more than a meter below the street level and is reached by a stone steps. The second door opened to a side chapel, door men, is more sober and work is archaic.