‘Amable fill, saluda nostra Dona que és salut e benedicció nostra’ which translates to "Beloved Son, welcomes Notre Dame which is our salvation and blessing” (Ramon Llull, Blanquerna, chapter 61), the inscription which is carved in stone, together with a shield of the Brothers and Sisters of the Franciscan Order of Penance. Dated 1682, with religious inscriptions, slogans of the missions of Saint Bernardino of Siena and the shield of the noble Llull family.
A space which was designed to store rainwater to supply the Sanctuary, using tanks built in around 1564 and which are no longer used. Nowadays it is a large, open square where you can find the entrance to the Sanctuary and Hotel and where some of the rooms the Sanctuary has available are located.
History and religion
Built in the mid-twentieth century with a carved stone entrance, you can see a small statue of Ramon Llull and, at his feet, a small shield of the Franciscan Order. Inside the monastery is where the private residence of the monks is situated.
History and heritage
Discover the history of the creation of the Grammar School, the subsequent construction of a school room which welcomed more than 100 pupils each year, the outstanding figure of Ramon Llull, the Franciscan missions and a whole collection of ethnological heritage.
Santuari de Cura
Place of worship at Santuari de Cura, overlooked by Our Lady of Healing (La Virgen de Cura), where mass currently takes place every Sunday at 12pm. A holy place with a variety of inscriptions that lead us to believe it was built in different eras, you can see that it was greatly influenced by the ancient Franciscan tradition thanks to the location of a nativity scene at the entrance to the chapel.
Place of retreat and silence
The cave of Ramon Llull is situated just before the entrance to the Santuari de Cura (Sanctuary of Healing), on the left-hand side and along a well signposted path. A place of silence, where the world-renowned Mallorcan lived in isolation and received enlightenment with the successive vision of the crucified Christ, surrendering himself to meditation and contemplation, nicknamed Doctor Illuminatus. The cave can be visited by asking for the keys at the restaurant.