This hermitage has been declared a National Monument and dates from the late Romanesque, the second half of the XIII century.  Its principal attraction are the wall paintings.  The top end of it and the triumphal arch are decorated with XIV century paintings, in lineal Gothic style, with images describing the life of San Miguel, the Resurrection of the Dead and the Last Judgement.  Simple, attractive craftsmanship pictorically decorated, adorns the wooden structure of its ceiling.

Visits: Ask for the keys in the first house in the village on the right.  During the summer season there are guided visits.