Building of architectural interest restored in 1993 and 1995 by students of History of art of the University of Valencia. Neoclassical church, its plant is of Latin cross with nave of three sections and lateral chapels with the typical corridor on the cornices of the lateral cloths. The cruise is covered by a false dome that is not reflected to the outside. The presbytery is deep and the barrel vault is adorned with florons and frescoes representing four biblical heroines and San Juan de Ribera. The chapel of Communion (19th century), independent, is located on the other side of the tower: it consists of a nave with barrel vault, with lunettes at the ends. On one side stands the powerful prismatic sillary tower, four cubic bodies, well proportioned, with no more crowning than the last body, equal to the lower ones, which houses the bells.