It is a building located in the neighborhoods of the town of Montmesa, to the northwest. The construction is leaned to the walls of the cemetery. It is made of spare and it consists of a nave of three separated sections by pointed archs supported in pillars. The cover has a forged to two waters. In the interior there is no a bank that crosses the enclosure.
The entrance is on the feet and it has an arch of average point. It is protected by porch also covered with a forged with joists to two waters. The entrance is opened to the front by arch of average point of voussoirs. There is no a choir. In the vertex of the tile roof of the wall of the feet, there is a steeple of a simple body that maintains a bell.
The building, in spite of the archaism of the pointed archs, could probably have been built at the end of the century XVII.
Neighbors of Montmesa go to this hermitage the following day of the festivity of their patron saint, Saint Michael. In that place and after the celebration of the mass, cakes and wine is distributed between the assistants.