This is a popular Barroque structure from the 17th and 18th Centuries, comprising a chapel and a rectory. San Baldiri is a highly honoured saint in coastal areas and in these towns he's also been adopted as the patron saint of cork sorters. The whole place is abandoned, but you can still see what the chapel was like. The rectory is a two-storey building with the entrance on the second floor because of the slope of the land. It's not safe to enter the rectory as the surviving flooring is in very bad condition.