You are now facing the second of three chapels you will find on the way to the cross. These chapels are dedicated to the rosary, although popular tradition attributes to them the role of early hermitages of Santa Caterina, and they seem to date from the seventeenth century.
When the path reaches the bare rock, there is a paved route which accompanies you for some distance towards the Hermitage of Santa Caterina. The question is whether it was only the stretch we see here that was paved, or whether it covered all of the path to the Hermitage of Santa Caterina. The paved stretch was opened in the early eighteenth century and it seems French soldiers stationed in Torroella took part in its construction.