Mount Randa stands in the centre of Mallorca between the municipalities of Algaida and Llucmajor, and is the site of three chapels. Not far from the Shrine of Nostra Senyora de Cura lies the cave where the philosopher Ramón Llull spent several months living as a hermit. The site of the shrine also includes a small 17th century church, a Franciscan convent and the accommodation.
The Shrine of Nostra Senyora de Gràcia is situated in Llucmajor, nestling under a large rock on the slopes of Mount Randa, and has been a centre of spirituality and worship dedicated to the Holy Virgin for residents in the municipality since the 16th century.
Finally, the Shrine of Sant Honorat stands in the southernmost part of Mount Randa. Its origins lie in a primitive 14th century church, and until the early 20th century was inhabited by hermits.