This chapel, which was built in the early 17th century, was faithfully restored at the end of the last century because it had been used by a group of neighbouring country homes to store hay.
It’s a rectangular building with a gable roof, supported on two diaphragm arches with the entrance and main facade at the foot. The chapel is 22 metres long and some 9 metres wide.
You can get there on the Castellfort road, some 500 m from the town, taking a right on the Sant Marc trail.
1.5 km from the town.