The motorbike allows us to run over one of the most desirable routes for tourists, an almost complete tour all over Majorca through its both coastal and mountain villages. This is an easy walk, although in some places we will have to drive on roads with some dangerous and sharp curves that will force us to reduce speed.

This route passes through a total of 398 kilometers, along which we will have the opportunity to visit some of the most emblematic villages of the Island. The tour will begin in Inca, a village in the heart of Majorca.

We will take the old Inca highway, linking Inca to the capital, and on our way we will have the opportunity to visit the wine villages of Binissalem and Consell, and thence to Santa Maria del Cami, Esporlas and Palmanyola. Arriving in Esporlas we will do our first stop. Esporlas is a beautiful mountain village where we can take a break and eat something to regain our strength. If you wish, you can visit the ‘’Granja de Esporles’’, a possession of the tenth century turned into a museum where the visitor is able to get an idea about how gentrified families lived at the time in the island. From Esporlas, we will take a road through the village of Puigpunyent, heading towards Andratx, Estellencs and Deià. Deià is an unique village full of charm, with narrow cobbled streets and a unique history that really worth knowing.

By a steep road along the coast, we will reach Sóller, a land of orange and lemon trees, where we could restore our energy enjoying a typical Majorcan style lunch. And now, from this village, it starts the real adventure through the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains, a route full of curves and sensational experiences for real bikers. On the road to Escorca, we will drive to Pollensa, and from Pollensa to Capdepera, a village crowned with its unique medieval castle.

We will continue towards Servera, Porto Cristo, Santanyí and Ses Salines. Right here, at Ses Salines, we can see the salt flats, sea water flooded lands to extract the appreciated salt. The road will continue in the direction of Bahia Grande,Son Ferriol, Ruberts, Sencelles, finishing in Inca, the point from where we started the route.




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