Carretera de Sa Calobra

Sa Calobra Road is "The Snake Road"

Located in the island of Mallorca, in Spain, Sa Calobra Road is one of the most scenic drives in the world. Imagine dropping a long piece of wet spaghetti on the floor. The pattern it makes looks something like what the road looks. Snaking through the rocky landscape of the island, the eight-mile stretch of tarmac is also steep. Built in such a way as to avoid using tunnels, a fair proportion of the road has a gradient of more than 7%. If you really want a challenge, try tackling it by bike.

Pico del Veleta

Pico del Veleta, the highest paved road in Europe

Pico del Veleta is a high mountain peak at an elevation of 3.369m (11,053ft) above the sea level, located in the region of Andalusia, on the boundary between the provinces of Granada and Almeria in Spain. It's one of the highest roads of Europe. At an altitude of some 3,000m road conditions become significantly worse.

Formentor lighthouse

A sensational drive to Formentor Lighthouse in Mallorca

Far de Formentor is the name of a spectacular lighthouse built in 1863, at an elevation of 119m (390ft) above the sea level, located on the eastern end of Mallorca's Formentor peninsula, in Spain. Countless TV advertisements have been shot on the road to the lighthouse. The road provides an unforgettable and sensational experience.

Las carreteras más altas de España

Las carreteras más altas de España

Situado en la zona suroeste de Europa, España es un país muy montañoso. A pesar de ser más famoso, mundialmente, por sus playas, España es el segundo país más montañoso de Europa, con muchos picos de más de 3.000 metros de altura. Subir a alguno de estos puertos de montaña te ofrecerá algunas de las vistas más espectaculares que puedas imaginar.

Alto de l’Angliru

Alto de l’Angliru, one of the hardest and most epic climbs

Alto de l’Angliru (also known as Gramonal) is one of the most famous mountains passes in the sport, and one of the most demanding: 12.2 kilometers at an incredible 10.2%, grading out at a maximum of 23.5% not far from the top. Located in in Asturias, near La Vega-Riosa, in northern Spain, this is a road that some professional cyclists have even refused to climb due to how rough it is.