This little religious construction, situated on the edge of the Jurado canyon, was built in the second half of the fourteenth century. It was placed under official protection in 1994. Modesty is one of its most obvious characteristics, with the main building lacking windows and thus natural light. The tiny steeple, holding a bell of similar proportions, is the only decorative element on its facade. The little hermitage, treasured by the inhabitants of the area, gives its name to the surrounding neighbourhood.