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This is the most demanding of the proposed routes. We enter the Natural Park of the llevant Peninsula to Cala Mesquida in a first section. The second one will lead you to the inland area, to the impressive Sant Salvador Oratory. This ascent is considered the most difficult of the island: 4,5km to 7,6% without any break


This tour offers the possibility of visiting sorne of the mountain villages thathavebestpreservedtheiroriginalstructure.The lastsection in the direction of Orient, destination of the tour and small village that retains the essence of what these lands were in the past, offers spectacularviews.


A short, but intense route. Departing from the beautiful, Playa de Muro, we’ll ride just a few meters from the sea practically the whole way, until we get to the start of the climb, enjoying the views that the north of Mallorca has to offer us, which sometimes, allows us to see the Island of Menorca.

The roadway that leads us to the Faro de Formentor is formed by three climbs that are not very long, but have demanding stretches and several descents. It’s important to keep in mind that the way back is via the same road, so we’ll have to count on a large slope at the end of our route


A comfortable tour that will take you to the main agricultural warehouse of the island, "Pla de Mallorca". The most demanding section leads you out of Santa Margalida with constant ups and downs. The route consists of quiet rural paths, with stretches of strong irregular surfaces although passable on road bikes.


A route away from the conventional ones that surprises the visitor. there is an inn at the Sanctuary of Cura in Randa. The ascent to randa is demanding as it consists of 5km with a steep incline of 5,6%


This route runs along almost the entire Bay of Alcudia reaching the coast of Arta, crossing through the tourist resorts of Colonia de SAnt Pere or Betlem.

We recommend you to visit Son Real, a public estate, and the prehistoric Acropolis (at the 10,9th km)


Route without difficulty. In the direction of the old road called Sant Vincenc cove, this route offers the possibility of running along beautiful and very quiet paths through the wet area of s'Albufereta till reaching it (it is advisable to take your swimsuit). On the way to Sant Vicenc cove, the elevations of the Serra de Tramuntana trame the views.


An excursion for experienced athletes, the ascent of Col de Sa Batalla, in many places, exceeds 5% slope. The tour runs through the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, declarad World Heritage by the Unesco in 201O. Back to Playa de Muro, it is possible to go along the coast, taking the road (at the 54th km) to Port de Pollenca.


In this route, we’ll go across the north and east of Mallorca, riding through flat land but with a few descents, which will make us suffer a little.

Once we leave the eastern coastal towns like Capdepera and Son Severa behind us, we’ll head towards inland towns like Felanitx, passing its renowned hermitage, San Salvador, on foot.

From that point on, with the exception of a steep slope at the exit of Petra, the rest of the terrain will be favorable up to the finish.


Flat terrain, with the exception of the first and the last kilometers, which are on main roads, the rest of the route passes on beautiful secondary roads with little traffic, allowing us to disconnect from everything else and just concentrate on our favorite sport.


The first kilometers of this route pass by the marvelous Alcudia bay, with spectacular views, and then immediately distance us from the coast, going towards the town of Betlem. Once there, we will again be able to enjoy the north Mallorcan coast up to the turning point to go back over the same route and head towards the town of Petra. Nevertheless, we will have the option to climb to the hermitage of Betlem, an extraordinarily beautiful spot, which, in this case, we will save for another route with a little more gradient.

From the moment we start heading towards Petra, the terrain will be flat and we will be able to ride through several of the most beautiful towns of the north, like Santa Margalida, Muro, and Sa Pobla, enabling us to get refreshments at any of their Eat&Check points.


During almost the entire route we will ride on flat terrain of large grass and farm lands, with the exception of a climb to the Santuari de Cura, a favorite spot of many of the island’s bicycle tourists.

With its spectacular views, this is an ideal spot to have refreshments and then continue the rest of the route where we’ll encounter a few easy descents.


Riding the first 25km of this route through the plains, we will encounter the town of Petra, where the small climb to Bonany hermitage begins. It’s located at an altitude of 286 meters, making it an ideal place to enjoy its spectacular views.

Once the descent is over, we can either stop for refreshments in Petra, or to wait a few more kilometers and do it in Villafranca to then continue riding over the island’s central flatlands, the second half of this route ending at Can Picafort.


Setting off from Can Picafort, we’ll head towards central villages, like Sineu and Villafranca, in order to start moving towards the eastern coast of Mallorca. Riding the whole way on the plains, enjoying the long stretches of farmland and the great Mallorcan estates that rise up in the middle of them, until we reach some gentle descents at Cales de Mallorca.

Once this point has been surpassed, the terrain will be favorable up until our finish, at the same point we left from.


Extreme toughness offers the possibility of enjoying our beautiful mountains, starting the climb of Puig Major by its most difficult gradient, with an 180km leg.


Riding through Alcúdia bay, we’ll arrive at the town, Pollença, where after a few kilometers we will begin the 7km climb of Coll de Femenia. There will be a constant gradient until we reach kilometer 13, where several descents will lead us to the Lluc Monastery.

From there, we’ll climb about 3 kilometers, and then descend a few more until we reach the junction that will take us to Sa Calobra, a highway in Mallorca renowned for its stunning views. After 10km of decent, we’ll have no other option but to return by the same route, putting our strength and endurance to the test.

After, we’ll ride though several villages in the north of the island until we reach the end of this beautiful, but demanding route.

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