- AddressCarrer Raval, 28
- Opening times
from 10:00 to 14:00 and from 17:00 to 21:00, Monday to Sunday
- Telephone number965613014
Situated in Raval Street, this building was never intended to serve as a chapel but rather as a private house which was then turned into a chapel in the 17th century. This is immediately clear as the façade has a square pediment without termination.
The floor plan is small and rectangular, 4 m wide and 15.3 m in depth. There is a single nave without transept or side chapels and it finishes with a straight wall with only one opening, the niche, in which rests the image of St. Sebastian. This nave is divided into four sections by arches. The first two sections are covered by a vaulted ceiling. The third section is topped by a false, hemispherical cupola which is not visible from outside. The final section where the altar is located is surmounted by a barrel vault.
The chapel has no windows.