small jewel of Galician architecture it situated in the fertile
area of the Valparaíso, where in the final decades of the
IX and X centuries there existed a colony of Benedictine monks who
soon passed onto the Convent of Celanova.
It is a very interesting building and was deemed a historical monument
It is with regret that the church has suffered numerous transformations,
in the XVIII century especially, although even today it still retains
distinct elements of its primitive state such as its horseshoe shaped
arch, a beautiful lattice and a further arch with window.
Both sides of the arch entrance have a path representing the ‘the
entrance of Jesus into Jerusalem’ and ´the flight form