Built in the 16th century on a beautiful esplanade, the hermitage consists of a main building covered by a collar beam roof of clear Mudejar tradition. To this main body, it was added a head made of poorer materials and both parts are linked by a main arch. It has a simple dome with pendentives over a square room.
Contiguous to the main floor, at the same period it has been constructed the alcove (in Spanish the Camarín), a new architectural piece representative of the Spanish Baroque – where the divine statues were treasured.
The alcove of the hermitage of San Ildefonso and La Paz is rather simple and is accessible by a staircase that preserves its privacy; the room has a rectangular plan and is covered by lowered barrel vaults and is decorated in its interior with paintings of Marian allegorical subjects.