The Ermida de Santa Ana or Church of Santa Ana, is located in the eastern part of the city of Tavira, in Alto de Santana. The date of origin is not certain, but there are records, from the year 1518, at the time of visits by members of the Order of Santiago. In the 18th century, it was the chapel of the Governor and Captain-General of the Algarve.
It is a chapel with a single nave, with an altarpiece with five panels in its interior, next to the main altar. In these, you can see, in the center, the image of Nossa Senhora da Piedade; the remaining paintings represent the Steps of the Passion of Christ.
Altogether, this temple has three altarpieces, but only one has images. You can also see a painting of the Immaculate Conception.