Subjected to many transitions, this place began its history with late Romanesque church with a rectangular floorplan, where there were burials. Rebuilt a couple of times between 5th – 10th.
Centuries. It served as a religious building of first and second order in 15th century.
In the late 18th century a portico was added for protection. Notable inside are the cavities to store foodstuffs and firewood. In Paramo de Cocos there is a crossroads of two ancient routes of the Roman Empire.