Built in the first half of XVI at the place that was occupied by a mosque. It is one of the smallest and simplest church of Granada. In the late nineteenth century sank the ship, but the main chapel was conserved which had some paintings. The original tower is behind the main chapel, right in the door shaft which is a very unusual setup in the Granada architecture. Inside the tower there is a chapel with a hemispherical dome.
An unfortunate action in the late twentieth century, involved the replacement of the armor, by an arch separating the chancel with an iron frame that is camouflaged with elements of the broken roofs.