3-stage circular route that runs mainly through the inland of Menorca. The route consists of rural paths and some of the easiest sections of the Camí de Cavalls. This route allows you to discover the rural landscapes of Menorca, as well as some of the main sites of Talayotic culture.
The difficulty of the route is medium. Although most sections do not present any type of technical difficulty, it also goes through some sections, generally short, with a higher technical difficulty. In any case, each of the stages offers different course possibilities in order to adapt to the preferences and level of each participant.
- North: 51 km | 746 m
The first stage runs entirely on rural roads, combining paved and dirt sections. The route does not include notable technical difficulties, but it is physically demanding due to the continuous ups and downs.
- West: 46 km | 690 m
The central stage consists of a circular route from the town of Ferreries, covering part of the Camí de Cavalls, as well as other rural roads, many of them paved. The final part includes some sections with greater technical difficulty.
- South: 47 km | 624 m
The third and last stage starts on a secondary road, includes a section of Camí de Cavalls in the southern area, and mainly runs through rural roads in the southeast of the island.
- Two nights of accommodation (nights after 1st and 2nd stages) at Hotel Loar in Ferreries, double room half board.
- Map and information.
- Advice on routes.
- GPS tracks.