The former monastery of San Juan Bautista is now a small chapel built in Romanesque-Lombard XI century. From this monastery was conceived the Christian reconquest Graus area by the first king of Aragon, Ramiro I. The window of the south wall is a splendid work while paperback that explains very well the roughness of the temple. The church is a basilica with three naves ending in three apses decorated on the outside of the typical Lombard arches, pilasters and sawtooth. A frieze of blind arches crowning the top of the same on the frieze, a frieze of esquinillas new, almost hidden by the eaves. Focus apses double pours two windows.
Access: N-230 road from Benabarre to Montañana, past the diversion of bunk, take a right hand track leading to Montsec. Leave your car in Chiriveta tower and from there continue to walk a long way to reach the shrine.