Orient Loop

- Distance: 36 km
- Elevation: 576 m
- Estimated time: 1-1.5 hrs

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Cap Formentor

- Distance: 57 km
- Elevation: 1285 m
- Estimated time: 2.5-3 hrs

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Coastal Loop

- Distance: 90 km
- Elevation: 1,685 m
- Estimated time: 4 -5 hrs

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Challenge yourself in Mallorca

Mallorca, a place we lived and conceived the idea of Label Collective, Its the largest of Spain's Balearic Islands, is renowned for its stunning landscapes and exceptional cycling routes that attract enthusiasts from around the globe. The island's varied terrain offers cyclists a mix of coastal roads with breathtaking sea views, rolling countryside, and challenging mountain climbs. Among the most famous routes is the climb to Sa Calobra, a twisting ascent that provides spectacular scenery and a rewarding challenge for avid cyclists. The Tramuntana mountain range, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, features winding roads through picturesque villages, lush valleys, and dramatic cliffside paths, making it a cycling paradise.

The development of Mallorca's road infrastructure, particularly its mountain routes, owes much to the visionary engineer Antonio Parietti. In the early 20th century, Parietti designed several of the island's most iconic roads, including the hairpin-laden climb to Sa Calobra and the scenic route to Cap de Formentor. His work was not just a feat of engineering but also an artistic endeavor, as he integrated the roads seamlessly into the natural landscape, preserving the island's beauty while enhancing accessibility. Parietti's contributions have left a lasting legacy, transforming Mallorca into a premier destination for cyclists seeking both physical challenges and the allure of magnificent scenery. His roads continue to be celebrated for their design, combining functionality with an appreciation for the island's rugged and enchanting topography.