The chapel was once known as San Ginés. It is located on the avenue of the same name, probably being a primitive Mudejar work, to which the external walls of the main chapel, which was totally renovated in the 18th century, would have belonged. It is a small building with only one nave, divided into three sections, with a square main chapel, the chancel being roofed with a hemispherical vault and the nave with a barrel vault with lunettes and rib arches. It has a simple lintelled doorway at the end, crowned by a broken pediment, with the belfry above it. Its main altarpiece has a central niche with a carving of the Virgin after whom the chapel is named, a modern piece of sculpture.