This religious structure from the last third of the 18th century was badly damaged during the Spanish Civil War (1936-1939), lost a large part of its furniture and was later rebuilt.
It has a rectangular ground plan, with a single nave, the ‘Fonda’ or ‘del Roser’ chapel, upper choir, with seven small side openings that are used as chapels and annexed structures that give it a defensive and highly volumetric appearance that is strengthened further by the white of the walls. The annexed structures include the rectory and a cultural centre, among other elements.
The long and wide porch, which is accessed through three round arches supported by pillars, is especially important. The arches are continued inside with a double row and with exposed wooden beams. There is also a small well.
On the outside it is important to note the roof of the Roser chapel and the corner bell gable.