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This well-signposted route starts in Sencelles, passes through Santa Eugènia and returns to Sencelles.
Duration: 1.5 hours
Distance: 19 KM
Mountain bike required: no
Circular route: yes
The route starts in Sencelles and proceeds along a narrow road to the village of Santa Eugènia.
On this road, you’ll pass the Morish cemetery and the Roman necropolis on the road towards Pina.
At Santa Eugènia visit the Hermitage of Son Seguí and Torre d’es Pou.
From Santa Eugènia, head towards Consell, but turn towards Inca at the intersection with the Santa Maria-Inca road and then take the road to Sencelles at the intersection with the Binissalem-Sencelles road.
Get back to Sencelles where there is also an outdoor market held every Wednesday.
Municipality Of Sencelles
Sencelles is a municipality in the northwest of Mallorca.
It has a population of around 4,000 people and covers an area of 38 square kilometres.
The municipality includes the towns of Sencelles, Binissalem and Consell.
Sencelles is a quiet town with a few tourist attractions.
The main tourist attraction is the Church of Sant Pere, which was built in the 13th century.
The town is also home to the Museum of Contemporary Art, which has a collection of paintings and sculptures by Mallorcan artists.
Santa Eugènia is a town located in the northwest of Mallorca, in the municipality of Santa Maria del Cami.
It has a population of approximately 5,000 inhabitants.
The town is situated on a hillside and is home to a 13th-century church. Santa Eugènia is known for its pottery and ceramic art.
The town also has a museum dedicated to the history of pottery and ceramic art.
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.