17.5 kilometers from the starting point (Facing the Mirador des Colomer ascent), to the Formentor lighthouse, one of the best views you can ever see while riding your bicycle.
The tarmac was renovated two years ago, and any athlete willing to extend the challenge of this spectacular cyclist route can visit sa Talaia d’Albercutx, adding 2.30kms of climbing to reach an unbelievable panoramic view.
The great cyclist snake of Mallorca. Sharp hairpin bends including some emblematic ones as ``Nus de sa corbata´´(Meaning the tie knot in Majorcan). It is a 10km paradise during the descending, but a really challenging climb on the way back.
The number of buses accessing to S Calobra has been recently limited, which is definitely good news for cyclists.
14.5 km uphill make it the largest mountain pass all around Mallorca. The ascent is constant, with a good slope but without any extreme difficult section. On the way down, facing the Escorca area, there is a real cycle-tourism paradise between the Cuber and Gorg Blau reservoirs.
Shrines are places of pilgrimage and that one in particular it is for cycle tourists. It is the most emblematic ascent on the east side of Mallorca, with 5 km and a 6.70% gradient. Cristo Rey and Cruz del Pico monuments are a mandatory part of the memory, and a trophy for every cyclist when reaching the goal.
Santuari de Cura
On top of the Puig de Randa mountain, is located another pilgrimage place for cycle tourists in Mallorca. The road has been asphalted just over a year ago, there are 4.5 km ascending from Randa and 6.6 terrifying km climbing from Gracia hermitage in Llucmajor.
Coll de sa Batalla
Crowned by the emblematic restaurant and fuel station, the most frequented climbing in Mallorca brings thousand of cycle tourists each year, with spectacular places as the ``Salt de la Bella Bona´´ area and a wide range of landscapes and curves during the 8.3 km ascent.
5.10 km with an average gradient of just 4%, what is the secret? You will have to crown it to find out… All the greatness of the Mediterranean sea and the Majorcan coast between vegetation, incredible views, hairpin bends and the beautiful Betlem hermitage at the end.