The church of San Juan Bautista de Matamorisca is a rectangular building consisting of two naves separated by pillars. It was built in two phases in the middle of twelfth and early thirteenth centuries and then reformed in the sixteenth and seventeenth centuries till adopt its current appearance.
It houses a collection of late Gothic wall paintings arranged in panels.
In the epistle side there is a Romanesque baptism font decorated with two rows of arches.
Has undergone a restoration in 2008 as part of the Northern Romanesque Intervention Plan .
It is open to worship as a parish church.