Mallorca Cycling

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Coll de sa Batalla

Coll de sa Batalla

A beautiful 7.8km climb up into the Tramuntana mountain range starting from Caimari near Selva. Lots of hairpin bends and fantastic views with a gradient that never gets too steep and a flat stretch in the middle to enjoy the scenery. At the top sits a cafe thats caters for cyclists, offering coffee and wide selection...
San Salvador

San Salvador

Another beautiful climb to a mountain top monastery  Whilst not as long as the nearby Cura de Randa, San Salvador is just a big a challenge. Steep throughout, with gradients upto 15% the 5km road winds its way up from the outskirts of Felanitx to the monastery at the top. Fantastic views in all directions helps to...
Coll d'Honor

Coll d’Honor

Starting out from Bunyola the Coll d’Honor takes you up to the beautiful Orient valley. Often ridden after the Coll de Soller, you can ride through the valley and descent the Coll d’Orient. The road follows the course of a river and therefore has few hairpins. The road surface isn’t great and the gradient is...
Coll de Sóller

Coll de Sóller

One of the classic climbs of Mallorca, crossing the Tramuntana, connecting the capital Palma with the port of Sóller. In 1997 the Sóller Tunnel was opened and almost all motorised traffic takes this route through the mountain. This leaves the old road a cyclists paradise. A decent climb from both sides but much harder southbound. Northern Approach...
Coll de Femenia

Coll de Femenia

The third way up into the eastern Serra de Tramuntana mountains (after Coll de sa Batalla and Puig Major). The ascent of the Coll de Femenia starts a few miles west of Pollenca town. Recently resurfaced the road is stunningly smooth topping out at 517m. Due to the surface and the fantastic views it makes a...
Puig de Randa (Cura)

Puig de Randa (Cura)

A 518m high mountain near Llucmajor that is separate from the main Tramuntana range. At the top sits a monastery, car park and cafe. In early spring and late autumn the climb is a cyclist mecca. The main climb is challenging but never too steep. Spectacular views of the whole island can be had from the...