The pretty religious building with portico, dedicated to San Daniele in Monticello, dates back to the 18th century. It stands on a hill behind the village of Andreis and can be reached by climbing a stone staircase in the countryside. Destroyed by the earthquake of 1864, the church was rebuilt shortly afterwards at the request of the Andreis people. From here the view opens out onto the mountains and the Periadriatic fault line.
There was also a small church dedicated to Daniel, the saint who protected from beasts, of which only the floor remains today, situated on Monte San Daniele, between Andreis and Barcis, and the site of a procession in medieval times.