The construction of the chapel, which stands isolated on the top of a hill, in the Ottini hamlet, dates back to the 12th century, although today the Romanesque features of the original building have been preserved only partially.
It is supposed that the church was remodeled or rebuilt in the eighteenth century.
The apse is enriched by hanging arches resting on shelves and divided into three spans in which multiple windows open.
Walls of the sides alternate terracotta bands with bands in sandstone while the inside and the façade have been completely reworked.
The interior, with a rectangular hall, preserves a singular masonry stucco altar in imitation of marble.
It stands in a panoramic position.