Mallorca Guided Rides

4 nights from £455.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Experience the legendary climbs of the Tramuntana mountain range
  • Flexible riding for you to enjoy tough climbing or more leisurely riding
  • Beautiful rides along the northern bays and Cap Formentor
  • Exploring beautiful Mallorcan hilltop villages
Mallorca Guided Rides
4 nights from £455.00
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WE LOVECap Formentor and the Northern Bays
You can enjoy the beautiful northern coast and explore flat rides across the bays or ride the legendary Cap Formentor lighthouse ride.
WE LOVE300 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.

What's Included

Our suggested Mallorca Guided Cycling Holiday

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Arrival into Mallorca

Begin your cycling holiday in Port Pollensa, which is located in Northern Mallorca, where glistening beaches and jagged mountains form the backdrop of a historic town famous for its fishing heritage. If you have time, go for a quick ride on the nearby bay’s cycle path to ensure everything’s in working order with your bike, and yourself.

Day 2Cycle to Porreres

A historically rich and quiet town, Porreres will offer a relaxing break after your first day of cycling in Mallorca. During the ride you’ll experience town after town just as gorgeous and quaint as each other dotted through the rural landscape. The smooth rolling roads offer a chance to enjoy a less demanding ascent in preparation for tomorrow’s hefty climb.

Total distance136kmTotal climb1000m
Day 3Take on Sa Calobra

Cycling the ascent of Sa Calobra presents an awe inspiring challenge in an area of outstanding beauty, with 26 hairpin bends that push your legs to their limit. In the case of Sa Calobra, what goes down must go up. Relish the breezy descent as you eye up the twists and turns you’ll soon encounter, in the knowledge that the great professional’s such as Team Sky’s David Lopez have also done so too.

Total distance110kmTotal climb2300m
Day 4Cruise to Petra

Now that the hardest day of cycling is firmly under your belt, a day of deserved unwinding of the legs at a slower pace is needed. A flatter terrain and less distance will allow for more stops in order to explore the culture Mallorca’s sleepy towns boast.

Total distance90kmTotal climb500m
Day 5Ride the Last Leg to the Lighthouse

A final push to the picturesque finish at the Cap Formentor lighthouse will undoubtedly leave you feeling accomplished. The ride hugs Mallorca’s stunning rocky coastline along a fantastic road that is now safer due to the restriction of vehicles. Short but sweet, you’ll experience the landscape of a lifetime both on the bike and off the bike, with a coffee in hand from lighthouse’s nearby cafe.

Total distance45kmTotal climb1250m

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What to ExpectFrom famous climbs to scenic coastal rides

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.

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.

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