Cycle through the Tramuntana mountain range
Visit the picturesque villages of Soller and Orient
Enjoy breathtaking views of the coast and the Ermita de Betlem
Stay in the finest accommodations on the island
Conquer the smooth tarmac roads of Mallorca
Finish with a celebratory lap on the Sineu Velodrome
After arriving at your hotel in Pollença, you will join a welcome briefing and a warm-up ride to the lighthouse at Cap Formentor. Today’s ride is designed to get your legs ready for the week ahead and ensure your bike is set up perfectly for the rides to come.
Hotel in Pollença
44 km, 1000 m of elevation gain
Today’s ride takes you west from Pollença into the stunning Tramuntana mountain range. You will enjoy a gentle warm-up along scenic roads to Campanet before the climbing begins. The highlight of the day is the 10 km steady climb to the heart of the Tramuntana mountains at 600 m, before descending to the Port of Sa Calobra for lunch. The only way out of the port is a boat or the 10 km climb back the way you came!
93 km, 2149 m of elevation gain
On day three, you’ll start the day with a long, steady climb west into the mountains. Pause for coffee and a visit to the monastery after 27 km of climbing, then enjoy a picnic lunch with views overlooking the Panta de Gorg Blau. Finish the day with a short climb to your idyllic hotel overlooking the coast.
Hotel in Valldemosa
92 km, 2189 m of elevation gain
Today’s ride is one of the highlights of the week. You will head north along the coast and turn inland to tackle the switchbacks of Soller and 9 km of beautiful winding roads. Descend to the village of Bunyola before starting the second ascent of the day to the picturesque village of Orient. Pause for lunch in the village at a local bar before enjoying a fabulous, fast descent and some welcome flat kilometers. Finish the day with a climb to Valldemossa and views of the Mediterranean on your left.
83 km, 1669 m of elevation gain
On day five, enjoy a gorgeous ride around the west coast of the island, with some serious climbing along spectacular roads. You will pass through Andratx on the far west of the Island and finish the day with a glorious descent into the wine-making country and some pretty flat lanes to your resting place in the market town of Sineu.
Optionally, today’s stage can be shortened for a more relaxing journey, by omitting the northwestern coast of Mallorca.
Hotel in Sineu
121 km, 1932 m of elevation gain (long stage)
59 km, 450 m of elevation gain (short stage)
Explore an entirely different side of Mallorca on today’s ride, taking in the lanes and landscapes in the east of the island. Ride east from the hotel towards the coast, passing through traditional villages before starting the main climb of the day at Arta. The 6 km climb takes you to breathtaking views of the coast and the Ermita de Betlem before cruising back to the hotel through more traditional villages. Don’t forget to save some energy for some celebratory laps on the Sineu Velodrome!
107 km, 1243 m of elevation gain
Say goodbye to Mallorca and prepare to depart this wonderful island filled with memorable experiences.
Not enough? Why not spend a few more days here! Extend your holidays with a pre- or post-holiday extension. Accommodation, sightseeing, and activities can be arranged. Add as many extra days to your holiday as you wish.
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Tour design and organization
Booklet with detailed itinerary and route instructions
Service and support during your tour
GPS navigation with an easy-to-use app
Accommodation as per itinerary
Join us for an unforgettable cycling tour of Mallorca, exploring the stunning landscapes of this beautiful island. Throughout the tour, you’ll tackle some of the island’s most challenging climbs and breathtaking descents, taking in the stunning scenery of the Tramuntana mountain range.
You’ll start the week with a ride to Sa Calobra, enjoying a gentle warm-up along scenic roads to Campanet before the climbing begins.
One of the highlights of the week is the ride to Soller and Orient, where you’ll head north along the coast and turn inland to tackle the switchbacks of Soller and 9 km of beautiful winding roads.
On the final day of the tour, you’ll explore an entirely different side of Mallorca, taking in the lanes and landscapes in the east of the island. Don’t forget to save some energy for some celebratory laps on the Sineu Velodrome!
Indulge in a personalized adventure with our self-guided tour. Receive a detailed handout customized to your desires, allowing you to explore at your own pace. Pause and explore at your leisure, with the freedom to stop wherever and whenever you choose. Rest easy knowing our 24/7 support is at your disposal for any assistance you may need.
Throughout the tour, you’ll be surrounded by stunning scenery, challenging climbs, and the thrill of cycling on the same routes as pro riders. This is an adventure of a lifetime in one of the most beautiful locations in the world. Join us for a cycling tour of Mallorca and experience the beauty of the island like never before.
Self-guided cycling tours offer a customized and adaptable way to enjoy cycling vacations, giving you the freedom to explore at your own pace and adjust your itinerary or timetable as needed. Our team manages all the details, including lodging, comprehensive schedules, GPS routes, and continuous support, providing a relaxing and interactive journey that delivers autonomy, personalization, and genuine cultural experiences.
We are dedicated to finding the ideal match for you. We collaborate with various accommodation providers that meet our criteria, but their availability may differ, especially during peak seasons. Moreover, we can personalize your vacation based on your preferences and budget, making sure we discover the most fitting solution for your needs.
We advise booking your tour as early as possible, especially for popular tourist destinations where accommodation options are limited. The best choices are often booked out for summer before spring even arrives.
Most tours can still take place in light rain as long as you dress appropriately. During the summer months, afternoon thunderstorms are common, so it’s best to start the tour early. If the weather looks particularly bad, we can try to make adjustments to the tour ahead of time.
Our tours are specially designed for road bikes, and when it comes to Spain, an endurance road bike would be the most optimal choice. However, using a different type of bike will not pose any issues. Gravel bikes can be an excellent alternative as they offer versatility without compromising road performance.
Rest assured, we can always customize our tours to accommodate your bike. For instance, if you opt for a gravel bike, we can incorporate gravel roads into the itinerary. Regardless of your bike choice, you are more than welcome to join our road cycling tours in Spain, as we will make the necessary adjustments to ensure a seamless experience.
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