You can arrive into Palma at any time and you will take a group transfer to Port Pollensa. You can get your bike today, get set up and go for a short test ride. This evening we will have a welcome dinner to get to know your fellow riders and enjoy a beer on the terrace.
We will head into the mountains and enjoy the foothills near Lluc and its famous monastery. From there, we will climb the Coll de Femenia before dropping down to begin the ascent of Sa Calobra. The climb is spectacular and once you’ve ridden the tie knot, you’ll summit the Coll de Reis and make your way over to the famous aqueduct. From here, depending on the group, we will take on Puig Major to the Monnaber tunnel before looping back through the flatlands and back to Port Pollensa.
Today, we will ride the epic Cap Formentor. Possibly the most beautiful 40km ride in Europe, you’ll ascend over 1,000m on this route, cycling through some awe inspiring scenery. The group will either make their way back to Port Pollensa or there is an option to tag on an additional 30km of stunning countryside cycling towards Sineu.
Today is your final day so enjoy breakfast and check out, or if you have a late flight, enjoy a short ride up the bay or through to the flatlands, before making your way to the airport.
It’s not difficult to see why Mallorca is so popular. This is truly the cycling isle. Offering jaw dropping and astounding views across the Tramuntana mountain range to the west, to sleepy villages peppered with quiet fincas and orange groves, Mallorca has it all.