This is an annual cycle tourism event that starts from Valldemossa & finishes at the Port de Soller.
Duration: 3 hours
Distance: 20 KM
Every year around 300 people participate in this pleasurable event which follows the road down from Valldemossa to Port de Soller, passing through Deià and Soller.
At arrival, a snack is offered at the town centre for all the participants.
Everybody, with no age limits, is welcome to this event which starts at 09.00 hours at 400 meters height above sea level, in the centre of Valldemossa, and finishes 2 to 4 hours later at sea level in the harbour of Port de Soller.
The ride takes in some of the most amazing scenery in Mallorca, initially riding uphill through the countryside towards the coast & then along the rugged coastline of the Tramuntana mountain range.
There are a number of cafes to stop & take refreshments along the way, but make sure you take plenty of water all the same, as the route can be dehydrating.
There are quite a few hotels in Valldemossa but be warned they are not cheap.
Valldemossa is a town and municipality on the island of Majorca, in the Spanish autonomous community of the Balearic Islands.
It is located on the north coast of the island, in the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range.
The town was founded in 1229 by King James I of Aragon.
Some points of interest in Valldemossa include the:
- Royal Carthusian Monastery
- Museu Frederic Chopin
- Casa Museu Teixidor.
Soller is a town located in the northwest of Mallorca.
It is situated in a valley of the Tramuntana mountain range and is known for its orange and lemon groves.
The town is home to a number of historical buildings, including the Church of Sant Bartomeu and the Sant Domingo convent.
Some popular tourist attractions in Soller include the Church of Sant Bartomeu, the Soller Botanic Garden, and the Soller Railway Museum.
Other notable landmarks include the Soller Roman Bridge and the remains of the Soller Aqueduct.