Palma – Coll dels Tords – Calvià – Es Capdellà – Graó de Capdellà – Andratx – Port d’Andratx – Peguera – Es Capdellà – Calvià – Coll dels Tords.
Km: 72,7 – Diffuculty: Moderate – Approximate duration: 4 h.



Points of interest:
• Coll dels Tords, Calvià, Andratx
• Esglèsia de San Juan Bautista
• Esglèsia de Santa María
• Ajuntament d’Andratx
• Port d’Andratx
• Cala Fornells
• Coll de Sa Creu

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DESCRIPTION: We start from Palma (Ocimax) and take the MA-1041 towards Puigpunyent. Only af- ter a few kilometres we turn left towards the MA-1016, which leads us on a smooth ascent towards Coll dels Tords, before we descend to Calvià.



We continue towards Capdellà and cross this village on the MA-15, in order to cycle to Andratx, after having passed the little but challenging hill “Graó de Capdellà”, which provides an excellent view on the “magic mountain” Galatzó (1,026 metres). We cycle down towards Andratx and on the descent can we enjoy a beautiful view. Andratx is worth a visit or at least a little break on the little square of the village where we can recuperate some energy. We now continue on the MA-1 towards the touristic area of Port d’Andratx. From there we take the MA-1020 towards Peguera, where we cross the busy shopping mall which is located only a few metres away from the beach. The nearby and quiet Cala Fornells is worth a visit. We then ride back towards Capdellà on the MA-1012 and from there take the same road back to Palma we started off from, passing Calvià and Coll dels Tords.  If the route seems a little short and we still have some energy left, we turn right before Coll dels tords and on the MA-1043 make our way up to Coll de Sa Creu, a viewpoint with astonishing views on Palma and its bay. This al- ternative route is not much longer and takes us on a quiet road back to Palma.