Located on a hill above the village, it is a single-storey building, with three sections and dome in the front. It has a portico on the south, always used as a meeting place. It lies on the local cemetery.
The altarpiece shows paintings with scenes from the life of the Virgin. The carving of the Virgin of Manojar dates back to the second half of the XVIII century, and it is usually located in the side-chapel in the parish church. It is a round, painted wood carving in Rococo style. It has been recently restored.