Dated from 1741, it is assumed that the use of this space for religious purposes is earlier, due to the news of two hermitages in Gebelim at the beginning of the 20th century. XVIII. It has a simple façade, dominated by the portal with a straight lintel, flanked by thick back pilasters, topped with a rounded pyramid. The pediment, roughly triangular, has a small niche inside. On the right side there is a porch supported by four faceted columns. Inside, with a nave, the chancel stands out with rural carvings and painted coffers with scenes from the life of St. Bernardino.