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Technical Characteristics:

Route Profile: Medium. The different stages are easy to moderate in difficulty: some climbs will be followed by pleasant descents; you cross the Tramuntana Mountains by bus.  You will cycle on paths, side roads and mainly on tarmacked agricultural roads, avoiding traffic as much as possible.

Distance: 315 km

Travel Season:  Friday and Sunday departures from February 10 to June 25 and September 1 to October 22, 2023
Season 1: February 11 - March 2
Season 2: March 3 – March 30
Season 3: March 31 – May 25 and September 29 – October 22
Season 4: May 26 – June 25 and September 1 - September 28


Category: 4* hotels, at Port de Soller 3* hotel

You can explore the island in a different way on the big tour around Mallorca, far away from the wild parties and crowded beaches.  Dreamlike bays, unspoiled beaches and charming fishing villages without the tourist crowds: all this makes a holiday on two wheels across Spain’s most popular holiday island a special experience.  Those who love the sound of the sea, coupled with a fresh breeze and wonderful southern warmth are on the right track on Mallorca’s cycle paths!  So much is clear: this cycle tour is a true all-rounder, because culture, exercise and enjoyment are all included.  And happiness is guaranteed!


Day 1

Arrival in Playa de Palma

Take a taxi or public transportation from the airport to your first hotel.

Day 2

Playa de Palma – Colònia Sant Jordi 55 km

Welcome reception and discussion of the tour. Your first stage will take you along the coast to Capocorp Vell, the Realm of the Cyclops (remnants of the native inhabitant dwellings). Typical wind mills line the way to the salt fields of Llevant with its pink and white shimmering salt lakes. In Sant Jordi, sandy beaches with crystal clear water are awaiting you.

Day 3

Colònia Sant Jordi – Porto Cristo/surrounding 55 - 65 km

Today, you will cycle through Ses Salines to a botanical garden and visit the picturesque bay of Cala Santanyi. Later, you will continue your journey through small fishing villages to the famous natural bridge “Es Pontas”. At Porto Cristo you will discover the Dragon Caves with their bizarre images and shapes.

Day 4

Porto Cristo/surrounding – C’an Picafort 60 km

On the fourth day, you will cycle through the sedate village of Son Carrio to Manacor, the city of the Majorcan beads and pottery. Afterwards, your journey will take you through Petra (typical Majorcan lunch snack will be prepared) and Santa Margalida and through one of the most charming landscapes of the island to C’an Picafort.

Day 5

Port de Pollenca/Alcúdia 40 km

You do not need to pack your suitcase today. You will stay for another night in C’an Picafort. Today’s tour will take you through a bird park (nature reserve) to the Bay of Pollensa (Roman port). Later, you will continue along the coast to Alcúdia (oldest city of the island) and back to C’an Picafort.

Day 6

C’an Picafort – Port de Sóller 50 km + bus transfer

Today you will cycle inland through Muro and Inca to the mountains cape of the Sierra de Tramuntana. A bus will take you to the Lluc monastery (possibility for sightseeing) and later to 1,200 m above sea level. Afterwards, you will continue your trip through Fornalutx (most beautiful village in Spain), and partly through orange and lemon plantations to Port de Sóller, one of the most charming fishing villages of the island. Usually, you will get the chance to enjoy an excellent paella meal in Fornalutx (inclusive).

Day 7

Port de Sóller – Playa de Palma 55 km

Breath taking views of the sea are accompanying you on the last cycling day. You will cycle trough the picturesque towns of Deia and Valldemossa until you get to the West coast of the island leading you to the city of Palma. The capital city with its narrow alleys and squares is a must to explore before you are heading back to where you have started you tour.

Day 8

Departure or extension of trip



    • Overnight stays in the listed category
    • Breakfast buffet
    • Welcome briefing
    • Luggage transfer between hotels
    • Excellently planned routes
    • Detailed travel documents 1 per room (route maps, route description, local attractions, important telephone numbers)
    • Tour signposting
    • Special Paella lunch including wine (usually in Fornalutx)
    • Transfer over the Tramuntana mountains with a stop at the Lluc monastery, including your bike
    • Majorcan lunch snack in Petra
    • City tour in Palma de Majorca
    • GPS data is available
    • Service hotline

    Not Included:

    • Tourist taxes, payable locally
    • Tram from Port de Soller to Soller 6 euros per person

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