No traces remain today of the early medieval construction; however, considerable parts of the XIIth
century building are visible. In that period the church was smaller than it is today and probably consisted simply of a nave
with a bell tower on the south side. Rests of the original entrance and walls of the XIIth
century church are still visible. Only later was the building enlarged and reached its present dimensions. The third construction phase goes back to the XVII-XIXth
century and implied a further increase in height of the façade and of the southern side as well as the substitution of the older windows with new larger ones. In the XVIIIth
century a bell tower was built on the north side of the church since the medieval one had been incorporated in the rectory building opposite.