134.26 km
Road
5044 m
Hard
Altimetries Modality Increase%
Coll den Bleda
2.5 mi 5.24%
Can Costa (Sa Pedrissa)
3.8 mi 4.70%
Coll des Pi
1.8 mi 5.48%
Coll de sa Gramola
2.1 mi 3.32%
Galilea (Capdellà)
2.6 mi 6.06%

    Route and climbs: Puerto de Sóller - Deià - Valldemossa - Estellencs - Andratx - Puerto de Andratx - Andratx - Calvià - Puigpunyent - Esporles - Valldemossa - Deià - Sóller - Puerto Sóller.

    The route between the Port de Sóller, Puerto de Andratx and the way back to Puerto de Sóller is a challenging tour, but fully rewarded by the charming views of Deià, Valldemossa or Estellencs along the route.

    Departing from the Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa, this stage will take us all over the southern part of the Serra de Tramuntana, heading the way up through the Coll den Bleda, Can Costa (Sa Pedrissa), Coll den Claret, Coll des Pi, Es Grau, Coll de sa Gramola, to then start the descent towards Andratx and the Port.

    On the way back to the Port de Sóller, we decide to take a different route in order to explore different up slopes of the island. In this case firstly from Capdellà to Galilea, and then from Es Grau to Esporles to cycle up the Coll den Claret where we will enjoy a slight uneven slide down, with a small section with positive slope. Then we will head towards Can Costa and Coll den Bleda so to finally reach our starting point.

    Port de Sóller - Puerto de Andratx

    134.26 km
    Road
    5044 m
    Hard

      Route and climbs: Puerto de Sóller - Deià - Valldemossa - Estellencs - Andratx - Puerto de Andratx - Andratx - Calvià - Puigpunyent - Esporles - Valldemossa - Deià - Sóller - Puerto Sóller.

      The route between the Port de Sóller, Puerto de Andratx and the way back to Puerto de Sóller is a challenging tour, but fully rewarded by the charming views of Deià, Valldemossa or Estellencs along the route.

      Departing from the Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa, this stage will take us all over the southern part of the Serra de Tramuntana, heading the way up through the Coll den Bleda, Can Costa (Sa Pedrissa), Coll den Claret, Coll des Pi, Es Grau, Coll de sa Gramola, to then start the descent towards Andratx and the Port.

      On the way back to the Port de Sóller, we decide to take a different route in order to explore different up slopes of the island. In this case firstly from Capdellà to Galilea, and then from Es Grau to Esporles to cycle up the Coll den Claret where we will enjoy a slight uneven slide down, with a small section with positive slope. Then we will head towards Can Costa and Coll den Bleda so to finally reach our starting point.

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