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Port de Sóller - Port de Valldemossa - Port des Canonge

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  • < 4%
  • 4-6%
  • 6-8%
  • 8-10%
  • 10-15%
  • > 15%

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DISTANCE

84.00 km.

TYPE

Road

POSITIVE SLOPE

2369 m.

Routes and climbs: Port de Sóller - Coll den Bleda - Deià - Coll de Can Costa (Sa Pedrissa) - Valldemossa - Port de Valldemossa - Coll den Claret - Esporles - Port des Canonge - Coll den Claret - Valldemossa - Can Costa - Deià - Port de Sóller.

Mallorca mountain passes have something magical, that is why, probably, many cycling lovers also choose the quality of a hotel like the Jumeirah Port Sóller Hotel & Spa, as the starting point of this incredible route.

The departure, as always, with the gentle ascent of few kilometres to the Coll den Bleda, so to head towards one of the most beautiful villages of Mallorca, such as Deià, in order to deal with the ramps of the Sa Pedrissa, the Coll de Can Costa. They are of moderate high, but they offer two sections on steep slopes to take us to Valldemossa.

We will head towards the Port, a unique path, where a quite a number of hairpin curves and slopes await us on the way up. This route is a shorter but a similar version of the Sa Calobra route.

Once reached the top, we will head towards the area of Esporles, through the Coll den Claret and then we will go downwards to the Port des Canonge; another visual marvel to discover by any cyclist. This section may fool your eyes because, like in the route of the Port of Valldemossa, the last kilometre is a short section downwards that compensates the hard efforts made along the way.

After leaving the Port des Canonge, it is time to face the Coll den Claret on the other side, so for this time to take advantage of the fact that the Coll de Can Costa is all downhill. We will get to enjoy privileged views and reach our starting point descending the Coll den Bleda.