Pollença to Andratx
The best cycle route in Mallorca, outbound routes from 121km. BIKE OUT, BUS BACK.
Suggested routes from Pollenca to Port Andratx
Ride the best cycle route in Mallorca from Pollenca to Andratx then get a return bike bus to Pollenca at the end of your brilliant day. The shortest but still taxing is the vanilla route of 121km with 2,400m of climbing.
Pollenca to Port Andratx – Vanilla
121km with 2,700m of climbing
The most direct and the most popular route down to the South on the best cycle route in Mallorca.
This route goes right through the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana and follows the famous ma-10 road through forests and along the coast.
Climbing out of Pollenca up the Coll de Femenia, past Lluc and Sa Calobra (up and down it only if you want!) then climbing the short side of Puig Major before descending the longest and highest climb on the island. (14 km @ 6.2% average gradient, 828m of elevation to lose on sweeping smoooooth tarmac) into Sóller. Then ending with the beautiful south west coastal section that includes Deia and Banyalbufar.
Pollenca to Port d’Andratx inc. Port Valldemossa & Port des Canonge
142km with 3400m of climbing
If you are looking for a challenge with even more breathtaking scenery, you have found it. One for the climbers.
This route is the above vanilla route with the inclusion of the normally car free and brilliant winding mini Sa Calobra’s of Port des Canonge and Port Valldemossa.
Job done. Challenge achieved. Photos posted. The best cycle route in Mallorca conquered.
Pollenca to Port d’Andratx including Sa Calobra
146km with 3600m of climbing
This is the vanilla route above with the addition of the mighty Sa Calobra which is regularly touted as one of the best climbs in the world.
If you choose to conquer this route during the Spring or Autumn cycling seasons give the Mallorca Cycling Photos team a wave as you go past.
Pollenca to Port d’Andratx via. Puigpunyent
121km with 2700m of climbing
Following the vanila route from Port de Pollença you make a diversion following the climb over Coll den Claret after Valldemossa. You will arrive at a junction where the Ma-10 will continue right towards Banyalbufar, and you will take the left turn towards Esporles. The road will run downhill so you need to keep an eye out for the right turn just over 1km down and turn off right towards Puigunyent (Ma-1101). The climb up Es Grau is 5.65km at an average of 3%, with the descent being a steeper gradient and includes more hairpins down to Puigpunyent. After passing through Puigpunyent you will start climbing Galilea which is 4.09km at an average of 5%. Descending down into Es Capdella you have a short climb out towards Andratx of 2.05km and then the road ungulates before descending down to Andratx. From here you should roll easy to the end point in Port d’Andratx.