The church was built in the 13th century and restored in the 15th century. It has three naves separated by polygonal columns, and the transept is particularly noteworthy. The whole church has a cross vault. The Romanesque choir head is formed by a central semicircular apse and has a pointed barrel vault. Most of the structure, including the facade, is Gothic.
The square tower (Mudéjar style) was rebuilt in the 16th century.
The gothic archway depicts scenes from the life of San Bartolomé (St. Bartholomew the Apostle).
A wedding is being celebrated here and we do not want to disturb. The church is divided by four large columns. At the very front you can see the Romanesque semicircular apse.
Under the organ loft, I noticed these keystones of the ribbed vault.
Photos: Gerhard Eichinger