Mallorca Gravel Riding

3 nights from £245.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Explore Mallorca’s incredible gravel riding
  • Experience the iconic Toros de Gravel route
  • Ride quiet paths and greenways
  • Cycle into quiet, picturesque countryside
Mallorca Gravel Riding
3 nights from £245.00
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WE LOVEGravel Riding
If you want to dive in the deep end, a gravel bike is the way to go. They're faster and more fun than a mountain bike, and they are built for greater stability and long-haul comfort than a 'cross bike. Get off the roads, explore and enjoy single track paths with no traffic to worry about.
WE LOVECycling Quiet Routes
By choosing a gravel biking, you have the option to cycle a wider variety of routes. Not only are the routes different to standard road cycling, they are also much quieter and peaceful. You'll discover fantastic scenery as the routes pass through orange groves and vineyards with views overlooking mountains.

What's Included

Day By Day Mallorca Gravel Riding

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Arrive in Sineu

Fly into Palma and we will take you to your hotel in Sineu in the heart of Mallorca. Away from the main tourist hubs, you’ll find gorgeous countryside dotted with traditional fincas and windmills. Sineu itself is hugged by vineyards and vast stretches of vibrant farmland. When off the bike, Sineu is a heritage gem, what with old sandstone buildings lining the street that date back to Roman times.

Day 2Toros de Gravel

Today’s ride takes you on the Toros de Gravel experience, tracing some of the routes used in the famous Mallorca gravel bike race. The trail doesn’t include any of the iconic climbs road cyclists know Mallorca for, however you’ll be pedalling along ancient roads and coastal tracks just as epic, and just as fun. Discover hidden beaches in the area’s surrounding Cala Murada and Portocolom.

Total distance48kmTotal climb660m
Day 3Countryside to Coast Cycle

Embark on a big day out in the saddle, cycling through endless back country and quiet coast. Today’s route travels Eastward, through towns such as Sant Joan, Porto Cristo and Petra. Although there may not be a lot of time to rest in towns because of how long the route is, you can still admire the peaceful orange groves, Arabic architecture in Sant Joan and hidden picturesque beaches. Let gravel paths pave the way along the route, with a few quiet tarmac tracks in between.

Total distance105kmTotal climb1102m
Day 4Pollensa Loop Ride & Departure

Spend a day exploring the North West of Mallorca, cycling a loop around Old Pollensa town. You’ll pass through typical Mallorcan towns such as Sa Pobla and Llubi on a mixture of gravel tracks and quiet country lanes used mainly by farmers. As you approach Pollensa, admire the epic Tramuntana Mountains as they loom large. When in Pollensa, rest your legs by wandering the cobbled streets, admiring the quaint sandstone buildings and learning about Mallorca’s medieval history.

We will provide a transfer back to the airport today or you can choose to extend your trip.

Total distance80kmTotal climb620m

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What to ExpectFrom Epic Gravel Tracks to Quaint Countryside Towns

Mallorca’s heartlands couldn’t be a better place to ride gravel. Zigzagging quaint towns, olive groves and vineyards, you can ride the quiet countryside off the beaten track. Our gravel tracks will take you into areas only known to local farmers and beaches hidden to tourists. Base yourself in Sineu, the portrait of a typical Mallorcan town. Here you’ll have easy access to all coastlines, popular cities such as Port Pollensa and Palma as well as other beautiful towns situated amongst Mallorca’s countryside. Nearly all of Mallorca’s towns are influenced by early Islamic, Arabic and Roman settlers, with rich history laid bare in architecture, findings and lifestyle.

How's the Weather? in Mallorca

The SpringMarch to May
Spring in March, April and May offers the best riding. The island is taken over by cyclists and you're likely to see more bikes than cars.
The SummerJune to August
Mallorca is hot in the summer and can be quite humid. This is tempered by the breeze on the coast so you can enjoy some excellent coastal cycling as well as early morning rides.
The Autumn September to November
Autumn is a great time to cycle in Mallorca. The summer heat has passed and the weather becomes perfect for cycling.
The WinterDecember to Febuary
The winter tends to be wet and temperatures can become quite cold, especially in the heart of winter.

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