- Distance 15-40 km.
- Dificultad 3/4.
Designed by the champion cyclist Marga Fullana, the route follows roads in the municipality of Sant Llorenç des Cardassar. It begins at the emblematic Sant Llorenç train station and goes in the direction of Camí de Son Manxo, Camí de Son Tovell, Torre Nova, Sa Marineta, Na Gatera and Ca’n Duai, following different roads, until it reaches Cala Millor, where you can also visit Punta de n’Amer. The return journey alternates between the Via Verda (Green Route) and other rural roads that take you back to Sant Llorenç station.
This route offers you different options depending on your abilities and the amount of time you have. There are three itineraries named after the three places where Marga Fullana won her World Championship gold medals.
- Vall di Sole Route
Itinerary: Sant Llorenç des Cardassar Station-Camí de Son Manxo-Torre Nova-Sa Marineta-Cala Millor-Na Gatera-Son Escrivá-Ca’n Duai-Via Verda (Green Way)-Sant Llorenç Station
Approximate time: 3h 30m
- Sierra Nevada Route
Itinerary: Sant Llorenç des Cardassar Station- Camí de Son Manxo-Torre Nova-Sa Marineta-Na Gatera- Son Escrivá-Ca´n Duai-Via Verda (Green Way)-Sant Llorenç Station
Approximate time: 2h
- Are Route
Itinerary: Sant Llorenç des Cardassar Station-Camí de Son Manxo-Camí de Son Tovell-Torre Nova-Giro en Cantera Hermanos Mascaró-Via Verda (Green Way)-Sant Llorenç Station
Approximate time: 1h 15m
Champion of champions
Marga Fullana was born in Sant Llorenç des Cardassar and has devoted her whole life to sport and promoting Mallorca, specifically her hometown, all over the world.
Bronze Medal Sydney Olympics 2000
World Champion 1999 (Are-Sweden) relay and individual
World Champion 2000 (Sierra Nevada-Spain) relay and individual
World Champion 2008 (Vall di Sole-Italy) individual
16 World Cups won between 1999 and 2009
European Champion 2006
12 Gold Medals in the Spanish XC Championships
ONCE Spanish Champion Road and Tandem
Spanish Champion Duathlon Cross 2013, 2014, 2015 and 2016
Runner-up Spanish Championship XCM 2014
European Champion Duathlon Cross 2015
World Champion Master 40 MTB 2015, 2016