Your best 4 days in Mallorca

Your best 4 days in Mallorca

Day 1 - Arrival day (70km with 1300m of climbing)

Bay Of Pollenca route
Thought you would just do Cap Formentor, then back to Port Pollenca? Do our route and you will ride right around Pollenca Bay to Cap Pinar. Stunning.

This very popular route is a must - Cap Formentor and the Talaia d'Albercutx climb above Formentor Beach then on the beach road all the way through Alcudia, Bonaire and up La Victoria.

Day 2 - Mallorca's Best Route (115 to 162km with 2400 or 4300m climbing)

Is this the best cycle route in the world? Well it is certainly the best in Mallorca. If I was given only one more ride ever, this would be it. Take one of the scheduled bike buses to Andratx and then ride a return route of between 115km and 162km across the spine of the world heritage Serra de Tramuntana. Your cycling soul will thank you forever for this. None of the routes are easy, but all are worthwhile. Very worthwhile.

Day 3 100km with 700m of climbing

An easier day today through the Mallorca plains going from : Alcudia - Muro - Sineu - Petra - Can Picafort - Alcudia

Plenty of lanes and even smaller farm roads (cami rurals) if you wish to take any detours. Also going through Sineu and Petra with their squares and cafés which are sure to be paying host to other cyclists. 

Day 4 (110km and 2200m of climbing)

Time for the world famous Sa Calobra. May take a while for the legs to get loose after day 2's exertions but this route starts on the flat to get things moving.

Alcudia - Coll de Sa Batalla - Sa Calobra - Coll de Femenia - Pollenca - Alcudia or take the Sa Calobra Express to ride the climb with fresh legs or use the kilometres you have saved to explore further and include the beautiful Cala Tuent section.

No matter how long you are out here cycling for, we strongly recommend that you take out the Mallorca Bicycle Rescue cover so that if bike or body does break down, you are not going to waste your valuable holiday time waiting for that taxi which is renowned for not turning up (or finally arriving and refusing to put your bike in the vehicle) or continuing to ride and hurting yourself further.