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Technical Characteristics:

Route Profile: Medium. Overall the terrain is slightly hilly without any longer ascents. You cycle on side roads, rural tracks and also on cycle paths, with always as little traffic as possible. Nearly the entire route is on tarmac.

Distance: 325 km

Travel Season:  Departures Saturday from February 11 – June 24 and September 2 – October 21, 2023
Season 1:  February 11 – March 3
Season 2:  March 4 – March 31
Season 3:  April 1 – May 26 and September 30 – October 21
Season 4: May 27 – June 24 and September 2 – September 29


Category: 4**** hotels, in the centre of the island double overnight stay in rural hotel


Steep coasts, shimmering saltwater lakes and picturesque beaches and bays characterize the first two days of this cycling holiday. The dragon caves in Porto Cristo are arguably the best-known natural spectacle. The cultural highlight on the way north is the pearl town of Manacor, before you return to the coast in C’an Picafort. After that you immerse yourself into the heart of the island, which is just as stunning as the coastal areas. Olive groves, orange orchards and sleepy little villages are situated directly along this phenomenal cycle route. Back at the Playa, the island is vibrant and awake again and is at the same time the finale of a diverse and impressive cycling tour.


Day 1

Arrival at Playa de Palma

From the airport by public transport or taxi to the start hotel.

Day 2

Playa de Palma – Colònia Sant Jordi 55 km

Welcome briefing. The tour takes you closely along the coastline to Capocorp Vell, the realm of the cyclops (ruins of native inhabitant’s dwellings). Typical wind turbines line the way to the saline fields of Llevant with its pink and white shimmering salt lakes. One of the most beautiful beaches in Majorca is the white sandy beach “Es Trenc”. In Sant Jordi, you can enjoy even more beaches with crystal clear water.

Day 3

Colònia Sant Jordi – Porto Cristo/surrounding 55 km

Via Ses Salines to a botanical garden. Visit the picturesque bay near Cala Santanyi. Then cycle through little fishing villages to the famous natural bridge ‘Es Pontas’. Near Porto Cristo you find the dragon caves with bizarre shapes and wall paintings. We recommend a visit with a guided tour!

Day 4

Porto Cristo/surrounding – C’an Picafort 60 km

Cycle via the sleepy village of Son Carrio to Manacor. Here you find the factories producing the famous artificial pearls, called “Majoricas”. Countless little shops offer souvenirs and hand-made ceramic everyday objects. Via Petra (typical Majorcan lunch snack will be prepared) and Santa Margalida through one of the most enchanting landscapes of the island to C’an Picafort. Today you are back to the sandy beaches lining the coast.

Day 5

C’an Picafort – Centre of Island/Inca 35 - 65 km

Wonderful paths lead you along the World Cultural Heritage site Tramuntanas. This amazing mountain range serves as a backdrop for this valley lined by olive groves. The especially diverse limestone caves in Campanet are well worth a visit. Blending into the rural surroundings is also your accommodation for the next two days. You spend the night in one of the so-called Hotel Rurales, which ooze special charm and are kept and run in the traditional Finca style.

Day 6

Tour around the Puig de Inca 55 km

Today’s tour takes you around the Puig de Inca, approximately 300 metres in height. You cycle through orange plantations and olive groves to countless Majorcan villages. Typical stone walls and village squares are the perfect places for a break. We recommend you definitely have a stop in the winegrower’s village of Binissalem. This is the place where the most famous Majorcan wines are pressed and they can be sampled in various bodegas.

Day 7

Centre of Island/Inca – Playa de Palma 35 - 65 km

A day of contrasts. Your tour starts in the rural hinterland and leads you through sleepy little villages. However, as soon as you reach the coast, the island is awake and pulsating along the Playa. A wide variety of restaurants and leisure activities provide an entertaining final day of this holiday.

Day 8

Departure or extension of trip



    • Accommodation as mentioned above
    • Breakfast buffet
    • Welcome meeting
    • Luggage transfer between hotels
    • Carefully elaborated route
    • Detailed travel documents 1 per room (route maps, route description, local attractions, important phone numbers)
    • Majorcan lunch snack in Petra
    • Tour signposting
    • GPS data is available
    • Service hotline

    Not Included:

    • Tourist taxes, paid locally

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