The Sant Julià and Sant Germà church is Sant Julià de Lòria's parish church. This building has been declared of cultural interest and it has Romanesque origins.
The structure preserves a Lombard style bell tower, an apse and a nave that was demolished and rebuilt in the 20th century following the style of granite architecture. The bell tower is located to the north of the building. It has a square floor plan with a four-water roof of slate slabs. Its walls are of stone blocks of regular size and are united with lime mortar.
The tower is a three-story tower protruding from the deck, with geminated windows on each floor and topped by adintelated semicircular arches.