With a neo-baroque style, this is the third hermitage built in this place and dates from 1953.
It is a monumental and beautiful building that boasts a balcony whose view is directed to the river and the mountains. In addition, it is in the middle of a walk that receives its own name.
On the outside, we find two bell towers that accompany its main brick facade. It has a hemispherical dome and a curved tile roof.
Inside, we are greeted by a beautiful enclosure with a central nave and two aisles on the sides, whose architectural arrangements make it clear that the work is an imitation of the 18th-century basilica temples.
It is a luminous scene of diverse artistic representations and paintings of figurative and classical style, in addition to two sculptures made of wood that represent the images of the Medical Saints, Saint Cosmas and Saint Damian, to whom the enclosure is dedicated.