Ermita del Señor de las Lluvias - Mengíbar
This is the only eighteenth-century chapel that has been preserved in Mengíbar, and it was reformed in 1970. The exterior is composed of an exposed stone facade, with a simple portal in which there is a circular window, and is crowned by a simple bell gable. Formerly known as Ermita del Humilladero, currently it is known by the name of “Señor de las Lluvias” (Lord of the Rain), because locals have a tradition of praying to its icon of the Crucified Christ during prolonged droughts.
Located on Camino de Mengíbar.