Altimetries Modality Increase%
Coll de Sóller (Palma)
3.2 mi 4.84%
Puig Major (Sóller)
8.9 mi 6.04%
Puig Major (Base Militar)
8.9 mi 6.04%

    Do you dare the longest climb in Majorca? On this route from the Hotel & SPA Ferrer Janeiro, the 14.5 km ascent of Puig Major is the greatest difficulty.

    A route along the back roads to Sa Pobla, at the foot of the Puig de Santa Magdalena, and further along the famous Camí Vell de Muro.

    After ascending one of the most popular climbs for cyclists in Majorca, the Coll de Sóller, the moment of truth comes: the challenging Puig Major.

    If we want to shorten the route, we descend the Coll de sa Batalla, but in this case via the Coll de Femenía towards Pollença to return to the hotel ... maybe after this demanding stage you will appreciate the hotel's beautiful SPA!

    149.43 km
    Road
    2534 m
    Very difficult

      Do you dare the longest climb in Majorca? On this route from the Hotel & SPA Ferrer Janeiro, the 14.5 km ascent of Puig Major is the greatest difficulty.

      A route along the back roads to Sa Pobla, at the foot of the Puig de Santa Magdalena, and further along the famous Camí Vell de Muro.

      After ascending one of the most popular climbs for cyclists in Majorca, the Coll de Sóller, the moment of truth comes: the challenging Puig Major.

      If we want to shorten the route, we descend the Coll de sa Batalla, but in this case via the Coll de Femenía towards Pollença to return to the hotel ... maybe after this demanding stage you will appreciate the hotel's beautiful SPA!

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      149.43 km.
      Road
      2534 m.
      Very difficult