Built in the late 18th century by shipyard operators, it is one of the oldest in San Fernando. The Neoclassical building, located inside what was the Medieval neighbourhood of the city, is a single body covered by a gable roof.

The main facade has a lintelled door with two frames.

In 1782, the Sisterhood of the Divine Shepherdess was founded by operators of the La Carraca Naval Station in one of the oldest neighbourhoods near to San Romualdo Castle. In 1789, Juan Malpica granted some land for the construction of the church to worship the titular image.

The image of the Divine Shepherdess presides over the main altar and possesses the title of Royal granted by Alfonso XIII and has been the co-patron saint of San Fernando since 2004.

  • at 7 pm
  • at 7 pm and 8 pm
  • at 9 am and 11.30 am



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