Palma – Platja de Palma – Cap Blanc – S’Estanyol – Sa Rapita – Camí de Sa Sorda – Llucmajor – Camí de Sa Torre – Platja de Palma – Palma.
Km: 102 – Difficulty: Easy – Approximate duration: 4:30 h.
Points of interest:
• Esglèsia de la Verge del Pilar (Camí de Sa Torre)
• Capocorb Vell
• Cap Blanc
• Platja de Palma
• Es Carnatge
• Platja de Sa Ràpita
• Camí des Palmer
We start from Portixol. It is possible to cycle on the road until Arenal. However we would suggest taking the bicycle track right next to the sea, which leads us alongside Molinar, Ciudad Jardín, Cala Gamba, “Es Carnatge” and Cala Estancia.
From Arenal continue on the MA-6014. The road contains only a few hills and in spring lots of cycling groups enjoy this route. We pass by the Cap Blanc as well as the prehistoric ruins of Capocorb from the year 1000 B.C. When the road crosses with the MA-6015, we turn right towards S’Estanyol and Sa Rapita along seaside. From here, enjoy a beautiful view of Cabrera, an island which has been declared nature reserve. On the MA-6030, cycle towards Campos. Take the third exit (MA-6014) on the roundabout and after one kilometre turn right on the Camí de Sa Sora. Then turn left again on the Camí des Palmer, which provides great views on the Cura Massif. On the crossing with the MA-6015, make your way towards Llucmajor. Take the opportunity to visit the place or continue on Es Camí del Palmer. Turn left on Cami de Sa Torre, where a stunning neogothic temple overwhelms its visitors. This octagonal shaped church is dedicated to the Virgin of Pilar. Now continue on the MA-6014, which leads us on uphill towards Palma beach and finally to the city of Palma.