Chapel built in the 18th century. It is a building with a quadrangular plan, which integrates the nave and head. It is preceded by a portico whose roof is supported by a succession of Tuscan stone columns that rest on plinths located on a stone wall. Hearts and nails are carved on the plinths, alluding to the Passion of Christ.
Between the columns there is a stone bar, with the access door to the portico on the axis towards the Camino de Santiago. After the portico, access is made to the main façade, in which the access door to the chapel is located, in a semicircular arch with split voussoirs, on which stands a single-span belfry, topped with pinnacles and balls. .