The first settlers in these mountains left behind archaeological ruins that can be found a little over an hour from Lluc. A route begins behind the football field of Santuari and passes a coal silo until you reach the Cometa des morts cave.
Many years ago, the bishop and board ordered the collection of alms to conserve this path. The devotion to the coronation of the Sacred Image and the legendary miracles are one of the main attractions of this route.
Currently, the path begins from the exit at Caimari, passing through various points of interest and tourist attractions on the island. After a two hour walk, the reward is a cool and refreshing drink at the Fon Coberta de Lluc fountain.
The walk takes around 30 minutes and begins at the Plaza del Lledoner Centenario, following a cobbled stone path until you reach Santa Figura. A peaceful haven in the shades of holm oak tree.
Along the way, you will find five stone monuments with three high bronze reliefs each representing the mysteries of the Rosary. Works of art by the architects Joan Rubió and Guillem Reynés and the sculptor Josep Llimona; who was advised by Antoni Gaudí.