The most significant of the temple is the southern portal, currently blinded, of sixteenth-century Plateresque style with Toledo influences. Constructed of masonry, it has sillares of reinforcement in the corners and in the buttresses of the apse. The interior consists of two naves separated by semicircular arches. The central nave is covered by wooden armor with straps. In its east façade there is a belfry with three half-point spans for the bells, topped by a triangular pediment.