After a recent visit to meet some great people and try out some wonderful coffee stops its fair to say the Island is in great condition.
The council of Mallorca have really responded to the continual growing tourism of cyclist flooding to the Island this year. With April being its busiest to date. I could already feel the atmosphere building for the Mallorca 312 which takes place on April 30th and 4000 cyclist will head to Mallorca for some epic riding.
All the roads where in fantastic condition apart from the short decent from the Coll d’Honor. However once you get down this small section and up over another short climb you will enjoy the descend from Orient, which is the most amazing flowing descend you will do. It really is one to sit back on and enjoy as you roll down in to Alaro.
Top of the Coll d’Honor
Beautiful smooth road in to Alaro
Below is the route we rode. It has a couple of great climbs but also some stunning rolling sections and descends to enjoy. I would recommend stopping in Caimari and in Puerto Pollenca if you would like to enjoy a nice coffee and something to eat. The section back in to Palma is a little tricky, just need to be zoomed in on your garmin. The Route was 167km with 1900m of climbing.