It is located in a mountain of the same name, being representative of one of the most characteristic spots in Betxí. The origin of the building goes back to, at least, the 16th century.
It has been historically used as a meeting point for the towns of the region In fact, the Valencian “Aplecs” (popular reunions) were held therein during the 20’s.
Every year, on 17 January, a pilgrimage is held in honour of the saint patron of the town, San Antón.
At 1.5 km from the town, it is accessed by a signposted road.