Pont d’Inca – Bunyola – Coll d’Honor – Orient – Alaró – Tofla – Lloseta – Inca – Sineu – Costitx – Sencelles – Santa María – Pont d’Inca.
Km: 92,170 – Difficulty: Easy – Approximate duration: 4 h.
Points of interest:
• Bunyola, Orient, Coll d’Honor, Alaró.
• Sineu, Santa María.
We depart from Pont d’Inca, 5 km from the centre of Palma, along Cabana street and turning left along the MA-2031, MA-2032 and MA-2020 to Bunyola. From here, we take the PM-210, a windy road that leads through a dense stretch of Mediterranean vegetation, primarily Holm oaks and pines.
After reaching the top of Coll d’Honor, we set off through a wide valley towards Orient. This village is an unmissable stop. From here, we begin a rapid and beautiful descent towards Alaró, with the Serra de Alfabia on the left and the Puig d’Alaró on our right, at the top of which there is a castle of the same name. Without entering the village, we take the MA-2110 in the direction of Lloseta.
After overcoming the slightly difficult stretch at Tofla, we pass the village and continue in the direction of Inca. From here, we have two options: the MA-3240, quite well travelled, or head along the MA-3440 towards Santa Margalida and, after about 500 metres, cut off to join the Camí Vell de Muro, a quieter route through far prettier surroundings. We continue in the direction of Llubí, but take the right and keep on until Sineu.
There we can rest a while and regain our strength in the “La Voltadora” bar where, if we so desire, we can copy the great cyclist champions on the Balearic Island circuit.
We leave Sineu along the MA-3141 towards Palma, turning after 4 km or so towards Costitx, along the Camí des Rafelet walking route. From here, following the MA-3121 and MA-3030 we will pass Sencelles first and then Santa María. After Santa María, albeit along the busy MA-13, we begin a gentle descent towards the starting point.
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