Mallorca, one of the reference holiday destinations in the Mediterranean Sea, is a privileged and pioneer destination of sun and beach but also a paradise for cycling enthusiasts, since in Mallorca you can find the Tramuntana mountain range with its endless mountain roads meandering with wonderful landscapes that will surely not leave you indifferent.
Cycling routes from Port of Soller
- PUIG MAJOR - SA CALOBRA - ALARO - COLL DE SOLLER https://www.mapmyride.com/es/soller-balearic-islands/puig-sa-colobra-alaro-coll-soller-route-184580384
- SOLLER - POLLENÇA https://www.mapmyride.com/es/soller-balearic-islands/soller-pollensa-route-32545212
- SA CALOBRA - ORIENT https://www.mapmyride.com/es/soller-balearic-islands/sa-colobra-orient-route-184601834
- PORT OF SOLLER - ALCUDIA https://www.mapmyride.com/es/soller-balearic-islands/spain-day-2-route-21316424
The Tramontana mountain range (Serra de Tramuntana) is the main mountain range of the Balearic Islands in Spain. The mountain range is located in the northwest of the island of Mallorca, hence its name, since the tramontana is the wind that comes from that direction, although more specifically its north component, which is Tramontana wind according to the wind rose local (Mediterranean). In it are the three major reservoirs of Mallorca: Cúber, the Gorg Blau and the military for use of the base of the Puig Mayor, smaller. This mountain range also gives name to one of the regions of Mallorca. Like the other regions of the island, it has no official recognition. Its current regional capital is Sóller. In June 2011, the cultural landscape of the mountains was declared a World Heritage Site by Unesco.
The route that we propose is part of the town of Alcudia, on the shores of the Mediterranean, and has the arrival in the cove of Sa Calobra. A distance of 52 kilometers that can be adapted to your preferences based on your physical level. This route is of high demand, you can make it more extensive if you include the passage through interesting climbs such as Coll de Sa Batalla or Coll de Sant Llorenç.