This small sight, makes for a nice little walk in the more peaceful area of Inca.
This monument, shows a pressing of a horseshoe in the surface of a stone.
The story has it, that a group of Moors fled to the mountains during the reconquest of Majorca in 1229, and king Jaime I came to personally chase them down. During a battle, the king’s horse slipped on a wet stone, and left a mark in the surface.
The monument, is located in the park of the monks, known as “Parc de Monges”, in the northern area of Inca. It has it’s name from the nearby closed monastery of Sant Bartomeu, situated on the hill overlooking the park.
From the monastery, you walk through Inca’s old mill district, it’s quite charming.