This chapel dates back to 1613. It is small in stature because construction works were never concluded. It houses an 18th century Baroque altarpiece, work of local artist Pedro de Mena Gutiérrez. It consists of a hemispherical ceiling, supported by walls at the back part and by an adjoining arch. There are several Easter Week images on its altars, such as the Cristo de la Columna, Virgen de la Esperanza, Virgen de la Cruz, Virgen de la Piedad and one of this town’s oldest images, the Cristo de los Valientes, dating back to the 14th century.
Every Monday, the faithful visit the chapel to pray before the effigy of San Nicolás de Bari.