Mallorca Training Camps

8 nights from £625.00

Cycling Trip Highlights

  • Experience the Tramuntana mountains and its legendary climbs
  • Flexible riding levels depending on your average speed and climbing preference
  • Beautiful riding overlooking the stunning Mediterranean sea
  • Explore the beauty of typically Mallorcan villages
Mallorca Training Camps
8 nights from £625.00
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WE LOVEFamous Mallorcan climbs
You can quickly access the Tramuntana mountain range from our beautiful base in Playa de Muro. You will climb Sa Calobra, enjoying some superb quiet climbs up into Orient and Deia as well as experiencing the Formentor ride to the lighthouse at the north of the island.
WE LOVEDiffering Levels of Daily Rides
Our camps are for you to meet like minded people and enjoy riding at your own pace. We have 2 rides going out every day, one a faster ride and the other a more casual and relaxed ride . Whether you're coming alone or as a group, you can cycle in a truly social atmosphere.

What's Included

Our Mallorca training camps

We can tailor make this trip for you
Day 1Saturday - Arrival into Palma

We will pick you up on arrival into Palma and take you to our hotel, by the beach in Playa de Muro. Settle in, enjoy a drink and tip your toes in the water whilst our mechanics will assemble your bike, or provide you with your hire bike for the week. We strongly recommend hiring as our fleet of bikes are brand new each year and of superb quality.

Day 2Sunday - The Mallorcan Flatlands

Today, you will enjoy quiet flat roads as we loop all the way through Mallorca’s rustic and traditional centre. We will stop for coffee in Sineu and enjoy the stunning almond and orange groves as we head towards Porreres and Llucmajor. You have the option today between riding 77km with 700m of climbing or riding 100km with 980m of climbing.

Total distance100kmTotal climb980m
Day 3Monday - Orient and the Tramuntana Foothills

Today is a great warm up as we skirt the edges of the Tramuntana and then head to Orient, via Bunyola. The climbing is mainly during the middle of the day as we enjoy the foothills of the Tramuntana before looping back north towards Orient. The hamlets that we pass are traditional and sleepy before we come out of the mountains and back north to the hotel. You have the option today between riding 93km with 732m of climbing or riding 117km with 2329m of climbing.

Total distance117kmTotal climb2329m
Day 4Tuesday - Sa Calobra

Today is the day we enjoy one of the most well known climbs in Europe. The Sa Calobra climb is the road to the port and so if you descend it, you have to climb back up. The climb is 10km with an average gradient of 7% so whilst it’s not a Pyrenean or Alpine monster, it is famous for more than how tough it is. The road snakes across the mountains with switchback after switchback offering unrivalled views and the road lops over itself to offer a magnificent spectacle. You have the option today between riding 117km with 2329m of climbing or riding 134km with 3295m of climbing.

Total distance134kmTotal climb3295m
Day 5Wednesday - Coffee Ride

After an epic day on the bike yesterday, today is a more relaxing rest day. We will head towards farming communities and rustic landscapes as we ride into Sa Pobla, Muro and Santa Margalida. We will stop in Sa Pobla for a coffee. The whole group will ride together today and enjoy a relaxing 42km with 346m of climbing.

Total distance42kmTotal climb346m
Day 6Thursday - Cap Formentor

Today is a chance to experience one of the greatest routes in Europe. The ride out to Cap Formentor and the lighthouse takes in breathtaking descents, pine forests, grazing goats and a stunning road all the way to the end of the island. Enjoy a coffee by the lighthouse and look over the sparkling Mediterranean, before riding back the same way as you came and home towards Playa de Muro. You have the option today between riding 65km with 1278m of climbing or riding 105km with 1820m of climbing.

Total distance105kmTotal climb1820m
Day 7Friday - Tramuntana Climbs

Today we will spend our time in the Tramuntana, a Unesco World Heritage Site. We will ride Sa Calobra again as well as ride throuhg other beautifully quiet areas of the mountain range. We will enjoy a coffee in the Coll de sa Bataia before heading towards Soller and Valdemossa. You will enjoy stunning sea views and ride through tree lined roads in the heart of the mountains. You have the option today between riding 70km with 1596m of climbing or riding 117km with 2339m of climbing.

Total distance117kmTotal climb2329m
Day 8Saturday - Departure

Depending on your flight time, you will have the chance to visit another side of the island, the Serra de Llevant and the Betlem Hermitage. The ride is 72km with 1,000m of climbing so you can simply choose whether to ride if you have the time, or we will take you straight back to the airport.

Total distance72kmTotal climb1000m

Departure Dates

21 March 2020 (Saturday)
4 April 2020 (Saturday)
9 May 2020 (Saturday)

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What to ExpectFrom unforgettable climbs to sunshine coasts

It’s not difficult to see why many experienced cyclists call Mallorca their spiritual home. 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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