With superb biking routes, dramatic scenery and great weather on an idyllic island in the Mediterranean Sea, it is no wonder that Mallorca is referred to as a cyclist’s paradise. This is the place where pro-riders and amateur enthusiasts come to from all over Europe and the world to train during the winter and spring time and there is no doubt about its irresistible allure. It is perfect area to spend an unforgettable cycling trip and discover why it has been selected for several years as the best cycling spot in Europe. The 320 days of sun and hundreds of secondary roads, allow you to ride with the best conditions along the coast and mountain landscapes of Mallorca.
Day 1: Palma de Mallorca
Arrival at Palma de Mallorca airport. Time to set up the bikes and have a look at the last details before the trip starts. In case someone has rented bikes or other equipment, the gear will be delivered at the same hotel on the agreed time. There will be staff of Agenda who will give technical support in order to leave the bikes ready to start the tour, or to arrange any unexpected problems.
Day 2: Palma de Mallorca – Ses Salines
Route: 64 km
Elevation: +200 m
“The flat south”
A beautiful flat ride to warm-up the legs. We start cycling along the Palma’s bay, and continue to head to the southern part of the island. Here you will explore the land of crops, old mills and farms. With more than 340 days of sun, this part of the island is an excellent area for flat long routes.
Day 3: Ses Salines – Artà
Route: 85 km
Elevation: +800 m
Mountain climbings: Sant Salvador Sanctuary – 5km / 350 m+/ 6,7%
“The “false” flat South-East of Mallorca”
We start the stage at sea level near the famous beach of Es Trenc and we finish at the eastern cozy village of Artà. On the way we will ride the first mountain ”snake-like shape” road, going up to the Sanctuary of Sant Salvador. You will discover the hilly roads with very few cars, lovely lanscapes and mediterranean forests.
Day 4: Artà – Port de Pollença
Route: 70 km
Elevation: +440 m
Mountain climbings: Ermita de Betlem – 5km / 240 m+ / 4%
“Relaxed cycling along the north”
We start the day reaching the top of Ermita de Betlem. The climb is a 5 km gentle grade road that takes us to the door of the ancient church of Betlem. From this point the great Alcudia bay offers us a stunning view. The rest of the stage will take you through the genuine inland of Mallorca with its mostly flat roads.
Day 5: Port Pollença – Cap Formentor – Port Pollença
Route: 39 km
Elevation: +400 m
Mountain climbings: Cap Formentor – Hilly road / Coll de Sa Creueta – 3,30 km/200m+/5,9%
Probably one of the most amazing roads of the island. Just ride and enjoy every single meter of
the asphalt. The challenging route and the stunning views will bring joy to every cycling enthusiast.
Remember…have a break and contemplate from the lighthouse, the blue of the mediterranean
sea before the returning to Port de Pollença. Nowhere else the sea is so beautiful!
*Optionaly this stage can be done as a afternoon ride having the oportunity to admire the sunset light.
Day 6: Port de Pollença – Port de Sòller
Route: 85 km
Elevation: +1900 m
Mountain climbings: Coll de Femeníes – 7,60 km/420m+/5,5% / Puig Major – 8,70 km/370m+/4,3% / Sa Calobra – 10km/680m+/6,9%
“Let’s the pure mountain start”
The pure climbing starts today. Sa Calobra and its fabulous snake-like shape road prove why Mallorca is a superlative cycling paradise. The ascents to Lluc, Puig Major and its lakes complete an epic stage.
Day 7: Port de Sòller – Estellencs
Route: 45 km
Elevation: +650 m
Mountain climbings: Coll d’en Bleda – 4km/189/4,7% / Sa Pedrissa – 6,1 km/270m+/4,30%
“Great coastal ride”
Today you will enter a panoramic road with dramatic views of the north coast of Mallorca. A short stage with two climbs will help us to recover the legs. In every village along the way, we will have a quick stop to admire the beauty of the Sierra de Tramuntana villages. Definitely an amazing coastal ride!
Day 8: Estellencs – Palma de Mallorca
Route: 71 km
Elevation: +1100 m
Mountain climbings: Coll d’es Pi – 2,80 km/190m+/6,70% / Coll de Sa Gramola – 3,40 km/120m+/3,40% / Galilea 4,3km/270m+/6,20%
“Another big ride!”
Mix of coastal ride and inland with all the ingredients of an awesome route. We’ll discover the western side of the island cycling through little charming villages. Arrival in Palma city to relax from the week.
Day 9: Palma de Mallorca
“Palma’s day and departure”
Night in Palma de Mallorca. A good occasion to visit the city with all its cultural life, restaurants, nightlife and a wide range of things to do.
BQ Augusta Hotel
With its 74 modern and wide rooms this hotel is the ideal place to spend your Holidays in Palma de Mallorca.
This hotel is located in the center of the town of Ses Salines, in the South of Mallorca. It is a typical Majorcan Stately house built in the thirteenth century.
Hotel Ca’n Bonico has been carefully converted and renovated into a luxury hotel. It was very important for us the fact of preserving the original structure and details. For example, the tower from the thirteenth century, which was used as a prison, has been turned into a private library. Ca’n Bonico is still owned by the Bonet family, direct descendants of the first owner, a noble knight who fought beside King James I
Hotel Casal d’Artà
This cozy hotel, with newly and brightly designed rooms at the traditional Majorcan village house, is located in the heart of Artà’s historical city .
All rooms have a bathroom with bathtub or shower, WC and bidet, heating and air conditioning, minibar and a safe, some rooms have tv. The sunny rooftop terrace has a stunning view all around to the castle of Sant Salvador and over the roofs of Artà even until the coast of Majorca’s northeast.
Hotel Mar Calma
A first class small boutique hotel in Puerto de Pollença.
Mar Calma Hotel provides a unique experience in simple luxury and comfort in the heart of the old fishing village of Puerto Pollensa, now a chic, cosmopolitan resort on Mallorca’s privileged north coast.
The pedestrian roads around the central plaza offer a wide range of possibilities for spending an evening out. There are plenty of cafes and restaurants serving food from all over the world and you can find the emblematic Pine Walk at the end of the road.
Hotel Aimia Spa & Wellness
Looking towards the sea you will be able to rest, free of any other worry than choosing what to do during your stay in Majorca.
Our four-stored building is modern as well as simple, an ideal space for our guests to break away. The modern design and simple lines of our four-stored hotel provides an ideal space for our guests to evade and chill out.
Hotel Maristel & Spa
A corner of the world to lose yourself in.
Totally refurbished,Hotel Maristel & Spa is located on the Northern Coast of Majorca, in the Tramuntana Sierra, between mountains covered in forests and only 1 km from Estellencs Cove.A true heaven on earth within your reach, a place where time stops and mother nature marks the passage of time.
The trip, with the routes made by you, exceeded our expectations, the places and roads are spectacular, mixing the coast and the cities, with roads and places with a lot of tradition.
The most spectacular was the Sa Calobra stage through the Serra de Tramuntana, it was spectacular, because we had a huge storm with rain and wind in the sector of Puig Mayor, which we will not forget.
Very remarkable weather, despite the heat, the breeze and the effect of pedaling does not feel or make it unpleasant.
“El viaje, con las rutas definidas por ustedes, superó nuestras expectativas, los lugares y caminos son espectaculares, mezclando zonas y ciudades costeras, con caminos y lugares interiores con mucha tradición. Lo más espectacular fue hacer la ruta de Sa Calobra por la Serra de Tramuntana, fue espectacular, porque nos tocó al regreso y en el sector dePuig Mayor una tormenta con lluvia y viento, que no olvidaremos.
Muy destacable el clima, que pese al calor, por la brisa y el efecto de pedalear no se siente ni lo hace desagradable”
The route is very clear, and that’s the most important credit. Suggest to add more sightseeing tips and restaurants.
The bikes were great! Very easy to paddle and the seats are comfortable.
It was tough to ride in the heat everyday. But in the end of the day, there was always a perfect beach in the end of the day waiting for us to dive in. That was so awesome. Also, Majorcan people are generally very friendly and warm, we received lots of help on the way.
I’d like to thank Bike Spain staffs, Edgar and Sabela, always giving us the help In time. A great memory.