The church was built in the 18th century in the old convent of Sant Roc. The interior of this church is a simple religious Baroque style with a single nave, barrel vaulted ceiling and side chapels linked by a cloistered gallery. It contains one of the few Baroque altarpieces preserved in Gandía. On the front of the building you can still see the marble coat of arms of the 5th Duke of Gandía as well as those of the Borgia and Centelles families.
The Neoclassic façade and a side chapel were added to celebrate the beatification of Andrés Hibernón in 1791. The chapel dedicated to the Blessed Andres Hibernon is an example of academic Neoclassicism.