This small hermitage dedicated to San Antonio de Padua gives religious service to the residents of the town of Toto.
It was built in the second half of the 18th century thanks to the contribution of numbers of parishioners from the town and from other adjacent payments.
In 2008 it was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (BIC) by the Government of the Canary Islands in the category of Historical Monument.
It consists of a single three-sided nave, in addition to a four-sided sacristy attached to the head of the temple. It has two entrances, the main door, at the foot of the church, and a second entrance in the wall of the epistle.