One of the oldest chapels in the Donnas area, it is located west of the medieval village and was allegedly founded to safeguard the houses from the frequent and dangerous floods of the Dora Baltea river. The chapel seems to have already been mentioned in 1176 in a bull of Pope Alexander III.
The lintel of the entrance portal bears the date 1692, the year in which the chapel was rebuilt. The beautiful stone portal is a reduced-scale copy of that of the parish church of Issime (around 1685).
Inside, you can admire a late eighteenth-century pulpit in gilded and polychrome wood on which figures of saints and flower garlands stand out.