Arrive into Palma airport and we will pick you up and take you to Finca Son Tomaset, a stunning agristurismo in the heart of the Mallorcan plains. Relax and enjoy your surroundings before we deliver your bikes.
Today you will ride to La Reserva Rotana, via Sineu.
The ride will be flat and we recommend stopping for morning cappuccino or lunch in the beautiful medieval town of Sineu. If you are travelling through on a Wednesday, make sure to spend time in the traditional market. Farmers come from all over Mallorca to trade livestock but unless you're interested in buying a sheep, head to the town square where tangy oranges and juicy green olives are being sold by the bag full.
Your ride will continue on before you arrive at Reserva Rotana just north of Manacor.
Today's riding is approximately 30km.
Today your ride takes you out towards the quiet north east of the island. We recommend cycling the via verde, the former rail road converted into a new cycle path and closed to all motorised traffic. The path heads through Sant Llorenc and Son Servera and rolls gently, ensuring it is the perfect type of holiday for families if new cyclists. You will eventually reach Arta, a town steeped in middle age history and you will stay at a great agriturismo for a couple of nights.
Today's ride is approximately 32km.
Your ride today is a loop from Arta, heading up to the wild and rugged north eastern coastline. You will arrive in Cala Mesquida, a tranquil town surrounded by pine clad hills perched over turquoise waters and white sands.
Head across to Talaia de Son Jaumell, the medieval watchtower ruins, brow beaten by centuries of Mallorcan elements, before riding back down to Capedera and then on to Arta.
Today's cycling is 30km.
After breakfast, check out at your leisure. Remember all our holidays can be tailored to you so if you fancy a couple of extra days riding or a day or two back in Palma or by the beach, just ask your cycling experience team and we will create a bespoke holiday for you.
The north east coast is an unexplored paradise of rugged cliff faces leading down to turquoise beaches and white sands. Your ride will head through the plains, across country lanes and through small medieval towns. The highlight is undoubtedly the completely off road cycle path which will lead you up towards the eastern coast towards Cala Mesquida.
The weather in Mallorca makes it one of the most sought after destinations by bicycle. The island offers amazing riding in great weather to attract cyclists from all over the world. Mallorca has a relatively cool but sunny Spring and Autumn so if you’re planning on travelling between March and May and September to November, you will see a lot of bikes. You can also cycle in the summer and we would recommend beautiful early morning rides or later afternoon rides and to avoid the midday sun.