The roof is formed in the traditional three-slope manner formed by pairs, panelling and sleepers made from tea wood and Arab-style ceramic roof tile. The accesses are of whitened stonework in semicircular arch, with bases and capital; the main one facing west and a lateral one to the south: the main door has a semicircular arch of lava-stone stonework and above it it has a painted wood balcony.

The balcony has a closed parapet decorated with tea wood polygonal bearings, carved twisted and painted balusters banister and separated by flat bars on top of the handrail with trims on its ends, all supported on braces and it is accessed through a rectangular door with a stonework lintel. The façade is finished with a centred belfry, made of grey ravine stone, with three semicircular arch niches which hold bells (it is documented that in 1856 “…sons of this town of El Paso, who lived in Cuba, donated a bell to the Bonanza hermitage”).”).