Port Pollença out to Porto Colom Cycle routes

Choose an outbound route of between 97km and 184km

Ride any of these brilliant routes out to Porto Colom from Port Pollença or Alcudia, then catch your pre-booked bike bike back after a wonderful day out. The shortest return route is 124km with 1,900m of climbing and the longest and hardest is the 3 Monasteries Epic which is 182km and 2,800m of climbing.

Suggested routes out to Porto Colom from Port Pollença and Alcudia

Three Monasteries Epic

184km with 2800m of climbing

An epic route, covering 3 excellent climbs with unmatched views. Heading out through Can Picafort and up Ermita de Betlem and back to Arta, then onwards to Petra. After Montuiri you climb Puig de Randa (North) and then return towards Montuiri before turning off towards Porreres. Leaving Felanitx you start the best of the three climbs up San Salvador. You then head down to Porto Colom to finish a very enjoyable day out.

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Port de Pollenca to Porto Colom via Puig de Randa & San Salvador and via Algaida

124km with 1700m of climbing

Heading out through Alcudia, Llubi, Sineu, and Algaida. You then climb Puig de Randa (North) and return back down turning towards Montuiri. From Montuiri you head through Porreres and onto Felanitx. Here you finish the day with climbing San Salvador before heading off down to Porto Colom.

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Port de Pollenca to Porto Colom Puig de Randa & San Salvador via Petra

127km with 1800m of climbing

This route passes through Muro, Petra, Sant Joan and Montuiri before climbing Puig de Randa (North) and returning back down to Montuiri. From Montuiri you head through Porreres and onto Felanitx. Here you finish the day with climbing San Salvador before heading off down to Porto Colom.

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Port de Pollenca to Porto Colom via San Salvador

97km with 1100m of climbing

Out via Sa Pobla and it’s beautiful agricultural lands, this is an easier version of the epic route but still gets your climbing legs into gear, taking you up the beautiful San Salvador Monastery climb. The gradients are mostly gently with an average 6.4 % and rising to a maximum 15% for short sections. Pace yourself though, the climb is nearly 5km long. Coffee and cake available at the viewing point.
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