Built in the year 1700. It has a Latin cross plan, with a single nave, with a transept that stands out in height and a hipped roof, like the chapels and the sacristy, while the nave has a gabled roof.
Its façade is made of exposed stone, with the rest of the exterior walls plastered. On the front, in Baroque style, there is a large Marian coat of arms and a stone image of the Virgen del Carmen on the axis of the door, with a lintel. The belfry is made up of two bodies separated by cornices, the first with two arches and the second with one, finished with a curved pediment and pinnacle decoration.