|This Gothic chapel was built in the 15th century by Prince Henry the Navigator, Lord of Covilhã. In the 16th century, Dom Luís, the son of King Dom Manuel I and Lord of Covilhã, commissioned some restoration work, and enriched the chapel's treasury with a silver monstrance containing a relic from the Holy Cross. The relic is now in the Parish Church of Santa Maria.
The interesting part of the chapel's external structure is the narthex, a porch that extends the entrance to the building. Inside, it is worth noting the wood-panelled ceiling with representations of the instruments of Christ's Passion, and in the chancel the sculpture of Christ Crucified and the gilt carving work.