It was probably built in the mid-15th century, and it is directly related to the Dominican Order. The main nave dates back to the end of the 15th century; the sacristy, now disappeared, dates back to the 18th century. The chapel has a small room with a porch that backs onto the chapel via arches.
Every year, the closest Sunday to 29 April, there is a pilgrimage where rosemary is blessed in favour of future harvest.
The “Peiró” is a wayside cross located at entrance to the town. It dates back to the first half of the 15th century and it is the only one that is still standing, although there were three more crosses in the town. In the recreational area there is a playground, paella making facilities, tables, chairs, parking facilities, bins and a fountain.