The building is built in ashlar masonry, in the form of a hall, with an octagonal chancel with three sections, covered with star-shaped ribbed vaults of different designs that support pointed arches and cylindrical pillars.
The main complex is in the Catholic Monarchs and Renaissance style, from the 16th century. The chancel was erected in 1521. The sacristy is rectangular and divided into four chapels by pilasters, finished in 1680. It has a magnificent carving of the Assumption of the Virgin.


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