Next to the Atzl farm, partially built into the slope.
Built in 1724 by the farm owner of the time as a thank-you gift (inscribed in the gable field), the elaborately designed building is stylistically close to the Aibling school. To the left and right of the entrance door are round-arched figure niches with shell conches. The vault of the chapel shows a baroque fresco of St. John the Evangelist and dates back to the time of construction.
The chapel is always locked, but is an architectual gem to be admired from outside.