Iglesia parroquial de la Immaculada i del beat Ramón Llull
It was built in Randa between 1765 and 1770 and became the parish church in 1913. The lintelled doorway on the façade is graced by a niche containing an image of Ramon Llull on its entablature and a stained glass rose window. The five level belfry rises on the left, with its balcony surround, windowed turret and dome-shaped top. Its interior, with a barrel vaulted ceiling, has four chapels on the left and three on the right. Of note is the Chapel of Saint Joseph, with a late Baroque altarpiece whose patrons are the Sastre d’Estacar family. The chapel of the Sagrario, bearing the coat of arms of Morell de Albenya, contains an image of the Immaculate Conception dating back to the 16th century. An image of Ramon Llull presides over the Baroque main altar.
The sacristy, with its cross-ribbed vaulted ceiling, contains a painting which used to be displayed at the main altarpiece, depicting scenes of the life of Ramon Llull as well as the portrait of the chronicler and provost Guillem Terrassa.
Address: Carrer església