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Distance: 32 KM
Circular route: yes
This is a route of moderate difficulty that begins in the town of Santa Maria taking the road to Alaró.
From Santa Maria the climb starts up to the Castle of Alaró located at a height of 822 metres above sea level.
You will then need to get back to Alaró by following the indicated cycling route to Orient, a small charismatic town that is set between the mountain ranges.
Continue on the road towards Bunyola, passing through the Salt des Freu & country roads flanked by almond fields.
At this point, you’ll start to get the great feeling of being lost in the rustic and quiet Majorca.
When you arrive at Bunyola take the road back to Santa Maria.
Santa Maria del Cami Municipality
Santa Maria del Cami is a municipality in the Balearic Islands, Spain.
The municipality includes several small villages, such as Algaida, Binissalem, Lloseta, Muro, and Sa Pobla.
Santa Maria del Cami has a population of approximately 10,000 people.
Santa Maria del Cami is also a popular tourist destination, due to its central location with access to the beaches of Mallorca and its many restaurants and cafes.
Santa Maria del Cami Town – Majorca
The town of Santa Maria is located in the centre of Mallorca, on the left bank of the Riera de Sant Miquel.
The town is home to a small population of around 1,000 people.
The town is home to a number of historical landmarks, including the Church of Santa Maria, the Palau de Congressos de Mallorca, and the Museu de Mallorca.
Bunyola is a small town located in the northwest of Mallorca, in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountains.
Its name is derived from the Latin word for “little village”, and it is known for its production of olive oil and wine.
The town has a population of just over 2,000 people, and its main attractions include the 13th-century Church of Sant Bartomeu and the 18th-century Palau de la Marquesa de la casa.
Alaro is a town located in the centre of Mallorca island in the Balearic Islands at the foot of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range.
It has a population of approximately 4,000 people.
The town is known for its pottery, ceramic industry & fortress located high up on the mountain which is definitely worth a visit if you get the chance.
Mark Kaye is a travel writer and content creator living in Majorca, Spain. Originally from the UK, Mark moved to the island and quickly fell in love with Majorcan culture, food, and scenic landscapes. When he’s not busy writing detailed guides about Majorca’s top tourist attractions and hidden local gems, you can find him out exploring coastal trails or wandering the streets of Palma’s Old Town in search of his next great restaurant discovery.