It is a Romanesque temple of small dimensions (13 x 6 metres), the smallest of the Romanesque churches within the region. It consists of a singular rectangular nave, covered with wood and square apse, with an archway supported by two adjoining columns which end in two capitals decorated with plant motifs, similar to the ones in the church of Frixe. The dome that covers the apse is pointed.
It is a building of high interest within the Romanesque rural art, due to its proportional dimensions and purity of style, as only a bell tower was added in the XVII century and a sacristy on one side of the apse.
Nemiña. Muxía, A Coruña