This is one of the most popular routes in Majorca for motorcycle lovers. It is a journey of 118 km of low difficulty, as all the roads are in good condition and connect perfectly all the places to visit.

The route is well known under the name of ‘’ Volta de Sa Llebra’’ (The route of the Hare) because if you look on a map the route we will end up drawing this mammal. Through this route we will discover magnificent landscapes of almond trees, vineyards and wineries and villages dedicated to working with clay.

The starting point is the city of the leather and shoes, Inca. From Inca we will drive to Biniamar, Lloseta and making a stop in the village of Binissalem, wine country par excellence, where we could have a snack.

After the break, we will continue along the road that leads to Alaró, village in which we will be able to contemplate its ancient Castle, The Castle of Alaró. Santa Maria del Cami is our next destination, and from there to Marratxí, land of potters.

At the municipality of Marratxí, the village of Pòrtol worth visiting, due to its famous clay figures, the well known ‘’Siurells’’ and its clay pots typical of the island. There we could visit the ‘’Museo del Fang’’ (Museum of mud), where we will discover the typical Siurell (a figurine with whistle was used by former pastors to control the herd).


In Pórtol, we must take the road to Santa Eugenia, Lloret de Vistalegre and Montuïri, to admire fantastic views of the Puig de Randa (Randa Mountain).


On the road we will find many Majorcan cuisine restaurants where you can enjoy a delicious selection of traditional cuisine.


Finally we will go through Sant Joan, Petra, Ariany, Santa Margalida, Muro, Llubí and returning to Inca, our final destination.




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