The small country church is located outside the town along the road that leads to Roccamassima.
The church was part of a monastery built in the fifteenth century by Basilian monks, who were inspired by St. Basil the Great. It has the classic style of country buildings with a plaster façade characterized by a central door with a cornice and a lunette in white stone.
On the sides of the door there are two small square openings and a round window in the door. The church has a gabled roof and has a small bell tower with one bell.
The interior is a single room with a wooden gable roof and the background facade has an altar in different coloured marble with a Renaissance style painting of a breastfeeding Madonna. The sides of the painting and the other walls are also decorated with frescoes.