Spin the Spanish island on this new and exciting route!
Mallorca has been the preferred training ground for cycling pros and aspiring amateurs for years. Its mild climate is just the beginning. Mallorca offers epic terrain on roads that are smooth with little traffic. There’s stunning and varied scenery in all directions: monasteries on mountaintops, dramatic cliffs that drop into the sea, ochre houses with green shutters and balconies full of flowers. The cuisine of the island has been influenced over thousand of years by the civilizations that have come and gone, and today there is something for everyone, from tapas bars to old wine cellars converted into restaurants serving traditional food to Michelin-starred restaurants. Winemaking has seen a resurgence in the last few decades, and today winemakers are producing quality wines from popular international grapes as well as indigenous varietals. All of these ingredients combine to make Mallorca a true mecca for cyclists. Our guides will lead you on a tour of the island from west to east, along coastal roads and quiet inland routes. The tour offers amazing cycling for intermediate to expert cyclists with daily doses of Ciclismo magic that will excite your senses.
- Breathtaking sights for interesting photos
- Gorgeous panoramic country roads
- Local olive oil tasting and visit
- Visit to a 17th century mansion
- The best of Mallorca dining at a Michelin-Star restaurant
- Relax on the gorgeous Mallorca beaches
Day by Day
Welcome to Mallorca! You can take a taxi from Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) to our first hotel in Randa near Algaida. At 1 p.m., we'll meet for a light lunch, introductions and a bike fitting, and then we’ll take a warm-up ride.
Our ride will take us to the Serra de Tramuntana, a mountain range which forms the northern ridge of the island. Along the route we’ll cross several inland villages, stopping for a wine tasting in Binissalem and continuing to Sóller, a town surrounded by citrus groves and craggy peaks. We’ll reach Sóller by way of one of the classic climbs of Mallorca, crossing the Tramuntana.
Llucmajor to Deià
Views of dramatic coastal scenery and the Tramuntana mountains will be part of our route to Banyalbufar, a cliffside village with a Moorish heritage. On the way back to Deià, we’ll visit la Granja de Esporles, a beautiful 17th- century mansion surrounded by lush vegetation, botanical gardens and natural fountains.
Deià to Alcudia
Today, we’ll ride on the Ma10, one of the most famous routes on the island that spans the length of the Tramuntana mountain range. On the way to Alcudia, we’ll stop at the Lluc Sanctuary—a former monastery and Mallorca’s most sacred site—for a picnic lunch. It’s a favorite stop for cyclists that offers a tranquil setting and spectacular views.
Alcudia Loop to Cap de Formentor
Today, we ride along a dramatic stretch of coast to the northernmost point of the island, Cap de Formentor. Have your camera ready: this gorgeous place has quite a few lookout points with spectacular views. We’ll stop in Port de Pollenca to enjoy lunch by the port before heading back to Alcudia. The afternoon before our olive oil tasting, you are free to explore the old town full of Roman and Moorish influences.
After breakfast around 9 a.m., we’ll take a 45-minute group shuttle back to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) to make your next connection, or you can extend your stay in Alcudia! Your guides are more than happy to offer suggestions.
- Carbon bike rental equipped with Garmin Edge Touring GPS
- Informative tour leaders throughout the program
- Ciclismo jersey and water bottle
- Shuttle to the start of the tour and at the end of the tour
On The Tour
- Full van support
- Museum visit
- 2 wine tastings
- 1 olive oil visit and tasting
Accommodations & Meals
- All accommodations
- All breakfasts
- 3 lunches
- 5 dinners
Here’s a sampling of some of the amazing places you’ll stay on your journey.
For a full listing, request a detailed itinerary!
Reco de Randa
This typical 4-star Catalonian country houses sits at the food of the Puig de Randa, providing guests with much needed rest and leisure. Rooms are comfortable and peaceful, decorated in Provencal style. Some rooms have magnificent views of village roofs, the countryside and the sea.
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Hotel Es Moli'
The 4-star Hotel Es Moli’ is set on a hilltop in a 17th-century mansion. It has a heated spring water outdoor pool and a private, exclusive rocky cove. Facilities include a fitness center and tennis courts. Free Wi-Fi is available.
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Alcudia Petit Hotel
The Alcudia Petit Hotel is set in the town’s charming historic quarter 100 meters from the Roman Walls. It features a restaurant, terrace and a hot tub. The rooms are stylish and offer air conditioning and modern décor with bright finishes. Free Wi-Fi is available.
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