Mallorca 312

3 nights from £375.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Guaranteed entry with Love Velo
  • Accommodation next to the start and finish
  • Guided riding on the Friday with Love Velo support
  • Choice of three incredible races
Mallorca 312
3 nights from £375.00
Make an Enquiry
WE LOVEGuaranteed packages for the 2020 Mallorca 312
Each year the Mallorca 312 increases in popularity. You can guarantee your entry for 2020 with us today. We offer our trips from budget to luxury and include airport transfers, half board accommodation and of course race entry. In addition, all our packages will benefit from our team on the ground's expertise, including guided riding in the days leading up to the event.
WE LOVEFamous Mallorcan Climbs
The route guides you through the stunning Tramuntana mountains and through the beautiful towns of Port de Soller, Pollensa and others. You will ride the Coll Puig Major, the toughest climb of the ride, sitting at 890 metres before heading south through the Tramuntana. The short route is still a tough 167km with 2,500m of climbing and you will miss out the southern most section of the mountains. The medium (225km/3800m) and long routes (312km/4550m), take in this extra section before heading back up to the northern coast. For those doing the medium distance the ride ends here and for those taking on the full 312km, you then head out to the flatlands before heading back to the finish line.

What's Included

Your Mallorca 312 Trip

Day 1Thursday - Arrival

You will be met at Palma airport and taken to the fabulous 4* Fergus Club Vell Mari hotel in Can Picafort. The hotel has been recently refurbished and is a fantastic place from which to enjoy your trip. It is very close to the finish line and offers superb value for money. We do also have other options if you would like alternative accommodation.

Day 2Friday - Registration and Warm Up

Today is the day to register before enjoying a gentle warm up ride. We will be guiding and supporting a ride through the Mallorcan flatlands for you to get your cycling legs and make sure your bike is in good working order. The ride will take in Sineu, Inca and Arta, some of the quietest parts of the island and the perfect roads and lanes to get acclimatised.

Day 3Saturday - Race Day

Today is race day and it is an early start for your epic adventure ahead. The start is early so a gillet and arm warmers is recommended. You will roll over to the start line and you have the choice of riding the 167km, 232km or 312km routes.  After hopefully a great day in the saddle, relax and enjoy a celebratory dinner at the hotel.

Day 4Sunday - Departure

After a leisurely breakfast we will take you back to the airport for your flight home.

Make an Enquiry

Make an Enquiry Call us on 0207 157-1519

Communication Preferences

We will contact you by email or phone to discuss your enquiry as well as keeping you informed about our latest offers and news.
EmailPhoneMail
You can unsubscribe at any time by clicking the link in the footer of our emails. For information about our privacy practices click here.

 

We use Mailchimp as our marketing platform. By subscribing, you acknowledge that your information will be transferred to Mailchimp for processing. Learn more about Mailchimp’s privacy practices here.

What to ExpectFrom famous climbs and stunning coastal riding

The Mallorca 312 has grown rapidly since 2009 and is now one of the biggest sportives in Europe. The 167km route is challenging and you will experience the jaw dropping views across the Tramuntana, whilst the 225km route takes you to some truly breathtaking coastal riding. The full 312km ride is one of the toughest ride out there. It’s a test of endurance and teamwork and has become immensely popular.

167km
with a total ascent of 2,467m
225km
with a total ascent of 3,972m
312km
with a total ascent of 5,049m

How's the Weather? in Mallorca

For the Mallorca 312Late April
The Mallorca 312 always takes place at the end of April. This is the best time to ride in Mallorca as the summer heat is yet to fully arrive and conditions are still cool. The ride begins early morning so it's fresh and it's best to bring arm warmers and gillet, whatever the forecast. You should experience pleasant temperatures making it the perfect time of year for this event.

Latest Blogs

a group of road cyclists on a coastal road in lanzarote
20th November, 2019

Best Cycling Routes in Lanzarote

Lanzarote is often likened to a moonscape. Barren, rugged and rocky, the island is peppered with large tarmac roads spearing between valleys that are perfect for cycling. In…
a cyclist meditates beside his mountain bike next to the himalays in northern india
14th November, 2019

Where to go Cycling in North India

India is an adventurers paradise, where exploring a new culture never came so cheap. Often, the big cities get a bad rep due to pollution, overcrowding and too…
three cyclists cycling on a cycle path in new zealand against snow capped mountains and crystal clear lake
6th November, 2019

Why We Love Cycling in New Zealand

Although it may take a day to get to New Zealand from London, we're certain that every second in a plane is worth it. If you're looking for…