The Church of San Bartolomeo Apostolo is located on Mount Orsino, municipality of Serle, in the Morenica del Garda. Pre-existences date back to the monastery founded in 1039 by the bishop of Brescia Olderico I, in a strategic position for the control and reorganization of the vast and populated territory underlying the mountain, to the east of Brescia.
The building, with a rectangular plan, is oriented along the east-west axis, with the main front facing east. The façade, having a single register with a double-sloping top, has a lower body with a sloping roof leaning against the north face. In addition to the stone portal, a main porthole and two windows on the sides of the entrance complete the main elevation. The south side houses windows that allow the natural lighting into the hall and the presbytery. The small bell tower is located on the south side of the building. The interior, with surfaces decorated with frescoes, has a single nave culminating in the rectangular-shaped presbytery. The space is punctuated by masonry arches and slightly protruding cornices. The hall has a gabled wooden roof, while the presbytery area is covered by a cross vault.