Galilea - Es Capdella
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This is the more challenging side to reach Galilea, but it is still considered an easy one for experienced cyclists.
Roads & TrafficThe road is fully asphalted and is generally in good condition. There are a few shallow pot-holes and it is lightly cracked in places, but it is mostly an enjoyable surface to ride on. There is very little traffic on the road, even in July and August.
The climb to the village of Galilea begins 3km to the north-east of Es Capdella on the Ma-1032 and finishes in the centre of Galilea.
Galilea is a pleasant climb situated in the very south of the Tramuntana range. The scenery is typical of the area with lots of pine woodland and rocky hillsides. The climb twists its way up to Galilea, mostly under the cover of trees, but the scenery begins to open out near the top. The climb to Galilea is open throughout the year.
Alternative RouteGalilea can also be climbed from the north; starting in Puigpunyent.
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