The church of San Pedro, in Ayerbe (Spain), is a construction of ashlar, ashlar, brick and tapial that offers work from various eras. The nave has five sections and a polygonal main chapel. The interior decoration of the temple is of neoclassical conception: pilasters and cornices are inspired by the Ionic order, which they follow faithfully. There is a choir at the feet over lunettes and with a front with a carpanel arch.
The façade shows a programmed decoration, all of it is made of stone and concentrates its decoration on the façade. The façade is protected, inside, by a wooden screen made of smooth panels. Today, the church does not have a tower. Its factory dates back to the 16th century, conserving works from different periods.
It has an important religious museum and an organ, with vertical and horizontal trumpets, from the middle of the XIX century.