With news from the end of s. X, the current building preserves the semicircular apse with Lombard decorations characteristic of Romanesque XI century. XI and the nave and the bell tower of two floors, from s. XII. It also conserves the original door and the perimeter of the sanctuary. Inside there is a reproduction of the frontal altar, dedicated to Saint Sadurni, original which is kept in MEV, an example of Romanesque painting on wood of s. XIII.
Currently, due to the COVID-19 situation, only guided tours are offered by appointment.