This is a church, originally a Franciscan-Capuchin convent, located in Llano de la Fuente, where its common name, the Church of Llano, comes from. It has a single nave which widens in the transept, giving it is habitual cross floorplan.

The Mudejar-inspired bell-tower ought to be highlighted, originating in the 16th century, as well as the rear patio, which belonged to the old convent and has a garden surrounded by small fountains.

Recently, rehabilitation work with the main goal of consolidating structures has been carried out, especially on the roof (which had been in a deteriorated state) and in the rooms of the sacristy and the bell tower.