Routes "Medium"



Are you capable of maintaining a constant speed at a good rhythm? Small ascents/descents aren’t an obstacle for you to continue? If your looking for fun and competition doesn't worry you, this is your level




-Cases des Galatzó.


Place: Calviá (South of the island).
Distancie: 41 Km.   Accumulated + : 600 m.   Time: 3.20  h.


Trip through the interior of the south of the island, which begins and ends on the beach, running through rural Mallorca, arriving at the septentrional of the Tramuntana, visiting old agricultural farms and ranches, as well as being able to see interior villages with gentle slopes.






-Cala Figuera Lighthouse.

Place: Calviá (South of the island)..
Distance: 37 Km. Accumulated + : 280 m.  Time: 3:30  h.


Path with little uneven ground, which goes along the coast of calvia, full of small islands and coves, with some parts where technical skills are needed. Visiting the Cala Figuera Lighthouse, that marks the entry to the Bay of Palma and also the beaches of “El Mago and Portals Vells”. Reaching at the end, the fun circuit in which you will endeavor 4 hours of resistence. Bathing wear a must!.






-Cap Andrixol.

Place: Calviá (South of the island).
Distance: 39 Km.    Accumulted + : 740   m.  Time:  3:30   h.


This is a definite beach route through Paguera and Santa Ponsa, with some fun tracks on the rocky coast, alternating with pine woods and visiting the spectacular cove of “Calo des Monjo” - Bathing gear a must!





-Na Burguesa.


Place: Calviá (South of the island).
Distancia: 42 KM  Km: Acumulado + : 812   m.  Duracion:  4  h.

Trip through the Sierra de Na Burguesa, situated on the south of Tramuntana with typical mediterranean woods with a maximum height of 380m. The views of Palma City and the Bay are spectacular, Then finishing the route on any of the beaches on the south coast.




* Price includes  Guided Route.

*  Opcional:    Bike Rentals (Consult models and availability).
                                      - Transfers.
                             
Minimum groups of Five people. For smaller groups, please consult.



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