94.45 km
Road
3005 m
Hard
Altimetries Modality Increase%
Travessa de Can Sec
2.0 mi 3.38%
Coll de n'Esteva
1.3 mi 4.58%
Coll de sa Bastida
2.0 mi 6.32%
Coll des Tords
2.2 mi 4.05%
Coll den Claret (Valldemossa)
1.7 mi 4.70%

    Route and climbs: Hotel Novomar - Andratx - Banaylbufar - Valldemossa - Es Capdellà - Hotel Novomar.

    Passes in detail:

    Coll des Pi (2,80 km - 6,70 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

    Coll de sa Bastida (3,10 km - 6,10 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

    Valldemossa (3,80 km - 5,30 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

    Travessa de Can Sec (3,20 km - 3,30 % - dificultad 4). Profile. Video.


    Info: From the Hotel Novomar, located in the tourist resort of Paguera, get your feet in the pedals and get ready to enjoy a fascinating route through the eastern end of the Island of Mallorca.

    Your first stop is Andratx, before taking a winding road into the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. Arriving at Coll des Pi,in the area of Estellencs, you can stop at one of the island's many defensive towers, the Torre de Ses Ànimes, and take in the spectacular views over sea, cliffs and mountains.

    The next stop on the route is Banyalbufar and Coll de Sa Bastida. Look out for the marjades, traditional agricultural terraces, where the mountain slopes have been used for cultivation.

    The route continues along the coast until you reach a crossroads, where you head towards one of the most beautiful and picturesque towns on the Island of Mallorca, Valldemossa. Next is a short, steep descent down to S'Esglaieta. Skirting the island's capital, Palma, to reach the town of Calviá, head towards Es Capdellà and enjoy the exciting descent of Travessa de Can Sec before reaching the end of the route, back at Hotel Novomar.

    Novomar - Valldemossa

    94.45 km
    Road
    3005 m
    Hard

      Route and climbs: Hotel Novomar - Andratx - Banaylbufar - Valldemossa - Es Capdellà - Hotel Novomar.

      Passes in detail:

      Coll des Pi (2,80 km - 6,70 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

      Coll de sa Bastida (3,10 km - 6,10 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

      Valldemossa (3,80 km - 5,30 % - dificultad 3). Profile. Vídeo.

      Travessa de Can Sec (3,20 km - 3,30 % - dificultad 4). Profile. Video.


      Info: From the Hotel Novomar, located in the tourist resort of Paguera, get your feet in the pedals and get ready to enjoy a fascinating route through the eastern end of the Island of Mallorca.

      Your first stop is Andratx, before taking a winding road into the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. Arriving at Coll des Pi,in the area of Estellencs, you can stop at one of the island's many defensive towers, the Torre de Ses Ànimes, and take in the spectacular views over sea, cliffs and mountains.

      The next stop on the route is Banyalbufar and Coll de Sa Bastida. Look out for the marjades, traditional agricultural terraces, where the mountain slopes have been used for cultivation.

      The route continues along the coast until you reach a crossroads, where you head towards one of the most beautiful and picturesque towns on the Island of Mallorca, Valldemossa. Next is a short, steep descent down to S'Esglaieta. Skirting the island's capital, Palma, to reach the town of Calviá, head towards Es Capdellà and enjoy the exciting descent of Travessa de Can Sec before reaching the end of the route, back at Hotel Novomar.

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