The Ride - Inca - Puerto Pollensa Length - 67 miles (107 kilometres) Elevation - 8097 feet (2468 metres) This ride starts just west of Inca on the MA-13 (we booked a taxi with a bike trailer that dropped us off) and then its rolling countryside towards Alaro. The ride turns right before the town and follows the PM-210 into the heart of Mallorca. The scenery is mesmerising as the road twists and turns and climbs towards the alluring village of Orient. Again, we found a c
The Ride - Puerto Pollensa circluar via Petra Length - 59 miles (95 Kilometres) Elevation - 2588 feet (789 metres) Which ever way round you do this route you won't be disappointed. It is a flatter ride than most in northern Mallorca but the scenery is excellent. We followed the route through Pollensa and rode through the rolling countryside towards the real Mallorca towns of Sa Pobla, Muro, Sineu and Petra. These towns provide you a real feel of what Mallorca has to of
The Ride - Port De Pollensa to Cap de Formentor and back. Length - 25 miles (40 Kilometres) Elevation - 5228 feet (1593 metres) that was there and back again. This is a classic half day ride setting off from the Daina Apartments, a cycling friendly hotel in Port De Pollensa. It has some good climbs, fast twisting descents (be careful), a tunnel (with no lights! Again be careful) roads that appear to hang from cliffs and the famous lighthouse at Cap de Formentor. There is
The Ride - Port De Pollensa via Lluc Monastery to Sa Calobra and back. Length - 61 miles (98 Kilometres) Elevation - 11,327 feet (3452 metres) This is a simple there and back route with a cyclists dream at the end, a five mile descent into Sa Calobra. An early start is advisable as Sa Calobra is a dead end and climbing five miles up a mountain road in the midday sun and searing heat is not advisable. The route follows the MA-2200, by-passing Pollensa and on to the MA-10.
Mallorca is famed for its long summer seasons and amazing cycling routes. The island is suitable for cyclists and mountain bikers of all levels. If you haven’t cycled for many years you shouldn't worry, as you can always go on a simple bicycle excursion for beginners or cycle through a winery in Binissalem. All in all Mallorca offers 5 different cycling adventures: Cycling Excursions (beginners)
Wine Tours (beginners)
Mountain Biking (intermediate and advanced bikers)