mon jordi


Is located at the foot of the castle and was built to commemorate the spot where the old hermitage of Saint George was set. It was devoted to Saint George, but today it no longer exists. It was the oldest hermitage in Banyeres, as it can be inferred by taking into account its location, so its construction may very well date back to between the 13th and the 15th centuries. There are only a few remains: one of its corners. According to photographic evidence it can be assured that by the end of the 19th century or in the early 20th it was still standing.

This hermitage was also known as the one of El Conjurador because of the ability that the Saint had to conjure storms and evils before the pleas of the people gathered around his image.

The current monument is located in a viewpoint overlooking the mountain and it allows the visitor to admire the natural environment that surrounds the town.