Located along the ancient walls of the town, near the entrance of door called Suctana, hence its old name. The Church, of modest dimensions, is rectangular, with a nave and apse opposite the front door, a small window toward the sea. The structure is Romanesque. The old entrance doorway, plastered masonry, is not particular. The remains of a fresco monocromatico with the shades poor, depicts Christ the Redeemer, located in the semicircular apse, the simplicity of the structure and the environment, not contains an element of artistic and architectural importance, confirm the Basilian origin of the temple. The indication of XIV century “Ecclesia et hospitale” allow to believe that there was a small shelter for the elderly and infirm in the current church.