Valldemossa to Port pollença return cycle routes

Choose a return route from Valldemossa to Port Pollença of between 76km and 120km

Catch the bike bus from Port Pollença or Alcudia to Valldemossa and bike back on any of these brilliant routes. The easiest is the vanilla route of 76km with 1,800m of climbing and the longest and hardest is the 3 Ports with 120km and 4,000m of climbing.

Valldemossa to Port Pollença – vanilla

76km with 1800m of climbing

A superb route, and the shortest way to get back to Port Pollenca. 76km with 1,800m of climbing.

Starting in beautiful Valldemossa, head towards Deiá on the ma-10 before continuing on towards Sóller (maybe with a quick 2km detour to Port Sóller?) up the long side of Puig Major and then fly down into Pollença. A more direct but still fantastic way to get from Valldemossa to Port Pollença.

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Valldemossa via Port des Canonge and Port Valldemossa

112km with 3000m of climbing

A fantastic route from Valldemoss to Port Pollença that takes in two amazing climbs winding back up from sea level 112km with 3,000m of climbing. Been to Mallorca and not climbed these before? Shame on you! Starting in beautiful Valldemossa, head towards Andratx on the ma-10 before dropping down to Port des Canonge.

Back up, turn left on the ma-10 again until you get to the Port Valldemossa turn off. Down you go to the sea again, winding all the way down. Back up to the ma-10, turn left and continue on into Deiá, Sóller up the long side of Puig Major and then fly down into Pollenca.

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Valldemossa via Port Valldemossa

89km with 2300m of climbing

An excellent route taking in what is one of Mallorca’s best and least visited climbs. 89km with 2,300m of climbing.

Starting in beautiful Valldemossa, head towards Andratx on the ma-10 before taking a sharp right down to Port Valldemossa. Down you go to the sea on this mini-Sa Calobra, winding all the way down before coming up the 5,7km climb at a gradient of just under 6 degrees.

Back up to the ma-10, turn left and continue on into Deiá, Sóller up the long side of Puig Major and then fly down into Pollenca.

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Valldemossa via the 3 ports – Port des Canonge; Port Valldemossa and Sa Calobra

120km with 4000m of climbing

One for the climbers, taking in two of Mallorca’s best and least visited climbs, and the world famous Sa Calobra. 120km with 4,000m of climbing. Starting in beautiful Valldemossa, head towards Andratx on the ma-10 before dropping down to Port des Canonge. Back up, turn left on the ma-10 again until you get to the Port Valldemossa turn off. Down you go to the sea again, winding all the way down. Back up to the ma-10, turn left and continue on into Deiá, Sóller up the long side of Puig Major, through the two tunnels (both now with lights) left at the aqueduct and up and over Coll dels Reis, down to the port of Sa Calobra, back up and over to the aqueduct and then fly down into Pollenca.
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Valldemossa via the Orient Valley

100km with 1900m of climbing

A very scenic route, with a decent amount of climbing. 100km with 1,900m of climbing. Starting in beautiful Valldemossa, head towards Deiá on the ma-10 before continuing on towards Sóller (maybe with a quick 2km detour to Port Sóller?) then up and down the 56 hairpins of the Col de Sóller (stopping at Ca’an Topa on the summit for refreshments) before entering the amazing Orient Valley at Bunyola, climb the Col d’Honor and Col d’Orient, cruise through the lanes from Selva, through Campanet and more lanes back to Port Pollenca for recovery beverages.
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