Oriented westwards, like most Christian temples, it began to be built at the end of the 12th century or early 13th century, although it has had successive reconstructions over time. The most valuable treasure of the church is a great custody made entirely of baroque-style silver, which is only taken out for the liturgical rites of Corpus Christi. In the interior you can see three naves with four sections separated by two rows of pilasters with semicircular arches. In the central nave an enormous altarpiece is conserved with the image of the Virgin that gives name to the temple. In the right ship is the one of Our Lady of the Hawthorn and in the lateral ship left is hidden a small chapel of quadrangular form dedicated to the Christ of the Light.