Puig de Santa Llúcia hermitage (Iglesia de Santa Llucia) as well known as hermitage of the Frare Oleza or the Mare de Déu del Roser. The hermitage is located in the Puig de Santa Llúcia, 2 km from Manacor. Hermitage of Puig de Santa Llúcia was founded by a small community of hermits in the 17th century. Unfortunately, it was abandoned very quickly and in 1960 became the property of the community of the Dominican Fathers of Manacor. They have carried out all kinds of activities, religious, recreational, sporting, coexistence, camping etc.
The style hermitage was buit in a gothic style. There was found a very old image of the Virgen del Rosario which dates 15th century. Beautiful and very valuable image is only exposed in religious events. Nowadays, Puig de Santa Llúcia hermitage is very good preserved and belong to Pere Santandreu from Manacor. Hermitage of Puig de Santa Llúcia offering a splendid view of the town of Llordà and of the plain stretching between Llordà, Bonany, Randa and Sant Salvador. There is a terrace in front of the small building surrounded by a pear trees. It is a privileged lookout point over Manacor.