We leave Beuda at the G155 Itinerànnia crossroad, we continue along the tarmacked road which passes behind the church. Shortly after, the marked path heads left. A little later, we find a vertical signpost for AG16 Ca n’Oliveres, and go straight on, climbing and we find a sign that shows we are on the Salve Regina path, we continue upwards until we come out at the road. We head left, go along the road for 300 metres and reach the Roca Pastora fountain AG17 and the cliff of the same name. We continue along the tarmacked road for 700 metres more and reach the Sant Llorenç de Sous monastery, AG21 crossroad. It is on our left. We continue up the road until at a bend still following the yellow marks we see the Mare de Déu path. We follow it until we return to the tarmacked road. We go right and get back onto a trail that will take us to the G115 Mare de Déu del Mont crossroad. We finish going up the path, we reach the car park and follow the path that leads us above the Sanctuary where we can enjoy the extraordinary views of the whole of the province of Girona.
Fort he return we follow Mitja marató Mare de Déu del Mont route indications.
As we go down from the sanctuary we find the intersection G115 Mare de Déu del Mont and we will follow in the direction that indicates Sant Llorenç de Sous, where we will find the intersection AG21 Sant Llorenç de Sous. We will take the path towards the Rocapastora cliff until les Grives hill and we arriving at intersection B2 we continue direction Castellot. We continue until Torrent de Ca n'Oliveres and la Font Fresca we find the intersection B1. We continue until the car park at Castellot de Beuda, we will find the intersection AG16 and continue until Beuda by road.
The Sanctuary church is late Romanesque, from the beginning of the 14th century. The semi-detached hostelry and rectory, behind the church, are from the 17th and 18th centuries. The well-restored chamber occupied by Verdaguer is preserved with furniture of the time (from where he wrote one of the works of art “El Canigó”).