Mallorca Round the Island Experience

6 nights from £1165.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Experience the original Mallorca 312 route in a private group with professional trainers
  • Cycle within breathtaking landscapes both inland and coastal
  • Rise to the challenge of famous climbs including Sa Calobra and Cap de Formentor
  • Take time to relax and explore Mallorca’s history and culture
Mallorca Round the Island Experience
6 nights from £1165.00
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WE LOVEThe Tramuntana Climbs
Cycling in the heart of the UNESCO Tramuntana mountain range not only provides beautifully inspiring views, but also a challenge to wind your way up steep hairpin bends on multiple climbs.
WE LOVEMeeting Like Minded People
The Mallorca Round the Island Experience includes you in an exclusive group of cyclists who are passionate about cycling in a glorious yet physically demanding location. Share your cycling experiences and form new friendships in a open environment.

What's Included

Mallorca Round the Island Itinerary

Day 1Arrival in Platja de Palma

Arrive into Palma airport to be be picked up and taken to your 4-star hotel in Playa de Palma. Relax and meet your new co-riders before you begin the 5 stages of the Mallorca 312 Training Camp.

Day 2First Stage - Ride to Cala D'Or

Take your first glimpse of the sunny Mallorcan coastline as you ride mostly flat roads to the Golden Cove seaside village of Cala D’Or. Peer over the immense cliffs into the clear blue Mediterranean sea or turn your gaze opposite to admire the inland rural landscapes.

Total distance79kmTotal climb602m
Day 3Second Stage - First Climb En Route to Manacor

Sant Salvador, a 5km ascent with gradients of up to 15%, will be the initial physical push of the Mallorca 312 Training Camp. However, a chance to relax in the Rafal Nadal Sports Centre’s Spa will almost certainly get you back in shape for the next 3 days of cycling.

Total distance60kmTotal climb958m
Day 4Third Stage - Head North to Platja de Muro

A visit to the town of Arta after climbing up the Ermita de Betlem will provide the original full Mallorca 312 route experience, as it hosts one of the most popular feeding stations during the sportive. Spend some time exploring a Talaiotic settlement dating back to the Bronze Age and the walls that encompass it.

Total distance94kmTotal climb958m
Day 5Fourth Stage - Cycle the Mountains to Port de Soller

Here begins the most challenging stage of the Mallorca 312 Training Camp, where you will tackle the legendary Coll des Reis from Sa Calobra, as well as Puig Major and Coll de Femenia. Although before heading to the mountains, you will have the opportunity to snap a few photos at the picturesque Cap Formentor Lighthouse.

Total distance145kmTotal climb3768m
Day 6Fifth Stage - The Home Straight to Platja de Palma

Having spent a night in the charming town of Port de Soller, you will wake up to another day cycling up the hairpins and swooping downhill in the Tramuntana Mountains, which will gradually ease to a flat as you approach Platja de Palma. Enjoy the dramatic scenery enveloping the smooth, sparse, winding roads before entering the busy capital city.

Total distance100kmTotal climb1915m
Day 7Explore Palma Before You Go Home

If you have time, make sure to discover cultural treasures in and around Palma city by getting lost in the side street alleys, visiting the Palma Cathedral or local museums and the historic Arab Baths.

Departure Dates

6 October 2019 (Sunday)

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What to ExpectFrom An exclusive cycling experience

Mallorca is a road cycling haven, filled with outstanding scenery, unbeatable roads with varied terrains and beautiful weather. It’s understandable why professional cycling teams such as Ineos and Astana choose Mallorca as the prime location for their training camps. In the western Tramuntana, mountain peaks loom over hairpin roads, whilst along the vast coastlines grand cliffs cradle sparkling blue bays. And if that’s not enough, central Mallorca offers an abundance of historically cultural towns and landmarks.

9.5km long at 7% average
Sa Calobra
7.6km long at 6% average
Coll de Femenia
14km long at 6.2% average
Puig Major
3.7km long at 5% average
Coll d'en Claret

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

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