Located in Cap i Corb next to the coast, between the watchtower and the hamlet.
It is said that this is the same place where in 1690 a resident of Alcalà, Bartolomé Conesa, found an image of Saint Anthony of Padua brought to the beach by the waves. To honour the patron of the town, this chapel was built in 1773 on the initiative of the priest Gabriel Ebrí, who gave the land he owned. It was blessed on 19 January 1774. It is currently in good condition and has regular masses.
It is reached by the Atall road that passes a few meters from the building or by the road of Cap i Corb.