The col de sa batalla is situated in Baleares
Starting from caimari,
the col de sa batalla ascent is 7.9 km long. Over this distance, you climb 418 heightmeters.
The average percentage thus is 5.2 %.
The maximum slope is 12 %.
Stories, information and comments from col de sa batalla climbers
Story by Tim Pavey from Kirkby Lonsdale, United Kingdom, submitted on 07/07/2013
I did this as the means of gaining height on a ride from Arta to Sa Calobra. Scenically it''s superb and in my opinion is a very comfortable gradient - with a rest section in the middle! I am 66 yrs old and obviously not as nippy as the younger cyclists on the route but I always spend time admiring scenery, even taking photos - it''s not always about the fastest time. I recommend this route to any keen cyclist
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Story by David Mault from Preston, United Kingdom, submitted on 14/03/2011
The climb from Caimari has been resurfaced since I was last in Mallorca (May 2009) and is now billiard table smooth from bottom to top. The views as you approach the summit are spectacular. If you''re feeling strong the climb flatters you, if not, it feels like some of the Pyrennean climbs and is a long steady grind. If you''re on the island for long enough it would also be no doubt an awesome descent after the climb up from Pollenca or Soller.