This is a rare hermitage of square floor plan that was built in 1895, that was enlarged in the middle of the XX century. The upper section is finished with a balustrade. The structure is crowned with a stony image of a bearded and rigid Christ, carved in a frontalism style, which opens his mantle with both hands to show his heart surrounded by a crown of thorns. The interior of the chapel houses a small altarpiece with the same image of the Redeemer, but in a more modern style. About 35 m southwest of the hermitage, there is a large cross carved in granite dating from the twentieth century. It presents a square section. The cross is situated on a natural granite outcrop from which the estuary of Vigo can be seen. At the point from which you can see the valley of the Verdugo River an inscription appears.