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Cycling Trip Highlights
  • Famous climbs including Sa Calobra
  • Incredible riding and views over the sparkling Mediterranean waters
  • Ride in the footsteps of Team Sky and other professional teams
  • Stunning Tramuntana mountain range
Book your cycling holiday in Mallorca with us – 3 nights from£245.00
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Sa Calobra & Soller Cycling

A fully flexible cycling holiday in Mallorca

What we love About Your Sa Calobra and Soller Cycling Holiday

We love...300 Days a Year of Sunshine
Mallorca is bathed in sunshine nearly all year round. With an average of 300 days of sunshine per year, you can almost guarantee warm weather riding under Mediterranean blue skies.
We love...Famous Mallorcan climbs
You will stay in the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range allowing you to explore the major climbs of Sa Calobra, Port Soller and Puig Major.
We love...Riding in a Cyclist's Paradise
Whether you're cycling in the heart of the mountains or you have them as your backdrop as you follow traffic free, tarmacked roads, the Tramuntana mountain range provides a spectacular riding environment.

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Our suggested Sa Calobra and Soller Cycling Holiday

Day by Day

Day 1Arrival into Palma

On your arrival into Palma, you will be picked up and taken to the heart of the Tramuntana mountain range. We have a variety of accommodation for you to stay in so choose between 3,4 & 5* hotels. Choose the hotel, model of bike and holiday dates and times that suit you.

Day 2Sa Calobra

Today you can attack the legendary ride of Sa Calobra. At 9.5km and averaging 7%, it’s no Alpine climb but the tarmac and views from the road are truly stunning. Combine Sa Calobra with a ride north to the monastery at Lluc, the caves in Campanet or the lighthouse at the end of the island in Formentor. You will be provided with GPX files for all of these routes that you can follow.

Day 3Soller and the Mountains

Today we would recommend you ride south and explore the beautiful port of Soller. Take on other climbs such as Puig Major or head all the way to the south coast and Port d’Andratx, via the beautiful coastal roads passing through Estellencs.

Day 4Return Home (or extend your trip)

Today we will take you back to the airport but if you prefer to extend your trip, please let us know as all our holidays are entirely bespoke.

Key Stats

4day holiday
Or tailor your trip
9.5km long at 7% average
Sa Calobra
14km long at 6.2% average
Puig Major from Soller
7.3km long at 6% average
Coll de Soller (north climb)
7.8km long at 5% average
Coll de sa Batalla

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 AutumnSeptember 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 February
The winter tends to be wet and temperatures can become quite cold, especially in the heart of winter.

What to ExpectFrom unforgettable climbs to sunshine coasts

The west of Mallorca is a cyclist’s playground. Visit the typically Mallorcan ports of Andratx or Soller, sip coffee overlooking the sparkling Mediterranean or test yourself in the revered Tramuntana mountain range.

Base yourself in Port Soller or quiet hilltop villages to head up toward the famous climbs of Sa Calobra, Puig Major and the monastery in Lluc. One thing to be guaranteed is the the western coastline provides jaw dropping scenery and superb cycling roads.

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