Of Romanesque background, it was modified during the Gothic
era. Its nave is rib-vaulted, its chevet is flat, opening in a
high bay with flamboyant windows.
Its wall belfry has two bays and a tiled roof with four slopes.
Angle buttresses support it. The one on the north side is
large enough to house an access staircase to the twin bell
windows, with a slightly Gothic arch. The upper part of the
wall belfry is hollow.
The flamboyant Gothic portal with six arches is topped with a
beaten escutcheon and with a Christ on a cross. The church has
not less than 10 buttresses.