It is a very modest construction. It has a vaulted and inverted ceiling inside. The wooden altar is the work of the local artist Piquer. The neo-Gothic window and the steeple made of brick stand out, embellishing its façade.
This humble hermitage has a long history that goes back to the times when the marshes covered part of these lands. The residents of Llombai moved to this place apparently fleeing from diseases caused by mosquitoes.
How to get:
Leaving Burriana for the Camí Vell de València, once at the roundabout on the Nules road, take the Caminás, an asphalt road that leads to the hermitage.