Set away from the village and just near the cemetery, the San Bartolomé chapel (13th to 17th centuries) rises from a sandstone terrace and boasts magnificent views over the River Alcanadre.
This simple chapel has a rectangular form, which divided into five sections by solid arches that finish is a slight point. The entrance, with a semi-circular arch with double edging, reflects the popular model that extended across the Alto Aragon region in the 13th century.
San Bartolomé, defender against demons and storms, gained great popularity during the medieval era.
There is a pilgrimage to the chapel on Easter Monday and on 24th August, the saint’s feast day.