This 12th century temple is one of the Romanesque jewels of the municipality. Despite the sacristy attached to the north wall and the belfry, added in the 18th century, its original structure is almost intact.
The apse is rectangular, with a kick antefixed cross. The western front is of an archivolt supported by attached columns, with smooth bases and shafts and capitals decorated with shells. Above the door there is an internal spill loophole.
The south wall houses a simple door, without an archivolt, finished with a pentagonal tympanum. The cornice is supported by corbels at the bow and curved nacelle, and is decorated with balls.
300 meters from the church we find the old paper factory of Rodís.