A Gothic church that also features some conceptions characteristic of the Romanesque style. It has a rectangular nave and circular apse; its main façade stands out, with an arch and ogival archivolts. The interior features a 14th century image of Our Lady. There is also a panel of mural painting made in the second third of the 16th century, with depictions of the Flagellation of Christ, the Visitation of Mary to St. Elizabeth and the Martyrdom of St. Sebastian.
Church with regular worship
It can be visited whenever it is open.
Season and times:
• From October to May: Worship is held at 10 am every fortnight.
• From May to September, every day from 9 am to 3 pm.