6Points Mallorca starts and ends at Caló d’en Pellicer, the small beach in Santa Ponsa, and travels to the extremities of the four compass points of Mallorca (north – Cap Formentor, south – Cap de Salines, west – St Elm and east – Cala Ratjada) and to the highest (Puig Major) and lowest points (Santa Ponsa beach) on tarred roads in three days.
Dates for 2019:
Friday 17th, Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th May 2019.
Thursday evening – 16th May:
18:00 Welcome and briefing at the Eolo Bar and Restaurant at Club Nautico Santa Ponsa (https://goo.gl/maps/FyDmUch1UVt).
Friday – 17th May:
08:00 Santa Ponsa to Saint Elm, up the spectacular Tramontana mountain range (don’t forget to bring your climbing legs!) to Banyulbufar, Soller, up the 14 km climb to the top of Puig Major and on to Port de Pollensa for the night.
154 kms and 3964 metres of vertical ascent.
Dinner at the fantastic Tolo’s restaurant in Port de Pollensa and spend the night at a good hotel.
Saturday – 18th May:
08:00 Port de Pollensa to the beautiful Cap de Formentor, back to Pollensa and via Alcudia to Cala Ratjada and down to the picturesque Sa Coma.
114 kms and 2109 metres of vertical ascent.
Dinner and overnight at a good hotel.
Sunday – 19th May:
07:00 Sa Coma to Ses Salines (great flat riding), Llucmajor, Palma (where we touch the sea for the lowest point) and back to Santa Ponsa for a well deserved beer!
155 kms and 1420 metres of vertical ascent.
The fabulous event will come to a close with a relaxed and high quality Argentinian BBQ Celebration Dinner at the Eolo Bar and Restaurant at Club Nautico Santa Ponsa.
Cyclists may ride as far as they wish and will receive a Calvia Six-Points Cycling Challenge cycling jersey to recognise their participation.