It stands out for its facade, which is in the Baroque style. As for its location, there is a curiosity: at the beginning of the century, it was moved a few meters in order to build a small palace on the site where the hermitage was and give it greater prominence in front of the main street. The festival is celebrated on September 8, the day on which you can visit the hermitage inside.
Observations: Only open on the day of the holiday on September 8. Free entry.