This church has a single nave with two chapels on either side separated by archways. It was built by Ambrosio Villegas in the middle of the 16th century on the site of a former mosque. This church has important coffered ceilings, one of which is in the presbytery and is decorated with multi-coloured hexagonal geometric shapes.
The tower is located on the left hand side of the building. The tall, rectangular body is crowned by a tiled roof and a weathervane. Its two entrances are framed by arches and flanked by Doric pillars.