To the south of the town, in the middle of the plains, lies the St. Isabel Chapel along with the remains of the dilapidated hermitage home. Some say this building is of medieval origin.
It’s built of masonry and ashlar masonry and is comprised of a single nave with a slightly pointed barrel vault supported by four imposing buttresses on the east side. The southern-oriented entrance door is protected by a porticoed atrium.
Although the chapel is closed to worship, it’s opened once a year to celebrate the pilgrimage to it on the Sunday after the Feast of Corpus Christi.
2 km from the town, it can be reached by the chapel road towards the south. It’s easy to find.