The complex is one of the artistic treasures of the region. It was built in 1136 in Romanesque style with a single nave. It was ordered to be built by D. Ramiro Sanchez in memory of his participation in the First Crusade, in which he took part by entering Jerusalem through the door of the Piscina Probática.

The monumental sculpture in this church is varied. The windows are decorated with checkerwork, balls, flowers inscribed in circles, and vegetal and historiated capitals. The façade has balls, nailheads and mosaics. Several decorated corbels have been preserved.

Next to the hermitage, there is a medieval necropolis of repopulation, a settlement with semi-rural dwellings and the remains of fortifications or watchtowers.


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