Church of Romanesque origin, reformed in the 18th century. The facade, with very irregular stones, and the side walls are preserved from the Romanesque period.
On the façade, the portal is made up of a semicircular arch with an archivolt decorated with incised arches, it is supported by two columns with buried bases and very little worked capitals. It also has a belfry with two arches and an oculus. The loophole is a product of the baroque modification.
Inside there is a Baroque altarpiece crowned by the coat of arms of the eleventh Count of Lemos, which would date it to the first half of the 18th century.