Ermita plant drawer , built in plastered masonry. The first two thirds of the chapel have a pitched roof of red tile , while the last third has a hipped roof , also red tile . Attached to the left side a bell tower sharing quadrangular chapel with its first third wall rises , while twice her height.

The facade is raised by a staircase , and framed by two pilasters and a cornice . A third pillar dividing the façade into two parts: the bell tower and the chapel . On the cornice rises , first the rest d ela bell tower , I caracterixZado a file a second ledge on the windows framed in false pilasters and arch housing the bells rise , topping the belfry height with a new ledge on which a half-sphere dome rises d .

On the side of the chapel, on a triangular pediment cornice having a window with arch rises . The cover is framed by pilasters crowned by capitals that give way to a round arch . The interior of the chapel has a rectangular room whose side we pilasters and a span of arch to top of the left side , which communicates with the bell tower.

Presents a cornice height that borders the first rectangular room . Above this cornice arrived at the roof, which is flat and is decorated with bas-relief . After this first room we found a staircase two steps , which leads to the altar at which we observe a glazed end wall and framed by two Ionic pilars niche and a lintel on a pediment crowned by a circular motif stands . Inside the niche is a floral ornament , being holy sculpture on a processional located between the altar and sculpture. The altar is surmounted by a dome mate.

At the end of the Way of San José, in the northwest of the nucleus, near the cemetery.
Historical Aspects

Data of the arrival of the Christians after the conquest of the Arab kingdoms.



Current Use
Current Protection
Environment Quality

Olive and almond trees.


Regular, presenting several peeling facade.

Ethnological interest

It is the shrine that houses the patron saint of the town, and is located next to the cemetery.