Cycking from Port de Soller along the coast and through Deia, you will then travel on to Valldemossa before heading back inland and finishing over the Coll de Soller.
The Coll de Soller is famous for its 61 hairpin bends. Since 1997, due to the inauguration of the tunnel, it is now relatively free of traffic. This loop takes in three mountain passes.
Coll de Can Bleda (1st climb out of Soller):
Length: 4.0 Kilometres
Altitude Gain: 204 metres
Average Gradient: 5.1%
Sa Pedrissa (starting at Es Moli Hotel, just past Deia):
Length: 6.2 Kilometres
Altitude Gain: 273 metres
Average Gradient: 6.2% with 2 short sections of 10%
Coll de Soller (starting from Bunyola):
Length: 5.8 Kilometres
Altitude Gain: 304 metres
Average Gradient: 5.2%
This route is courtesy of Tramuntana Tours, who are based in Soller.
- Distance: 60km
- Highest Point: 499m
- Vertical Gain: 907m
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