The Spanish Balearic island of Mallorca is world-renowned for being a cyclist's paradise, and for good reason. With its incredible weather, stunning scenery, and top-notch cycling infrastructure, it has become a go-to destination for cyclists from all over the globe. Mallorca boasts a wide range of cycling routes, from flat and leisurely coastal rides to challenging mountain climbs that offer unparalleled views of the island's picturesque landscapes.

Mallorca is home to an extensive network of dedicated cycling paths and lanes, making it easy and safe for cyclists to explore the island. The island's bike hotels, cycling groups, and bike rental options cater specifically to the needs of cyclists, offering everything from bike storage and maintenance to guided tours and training camps. Mallorca also hosts several major cycling events each year, including the Mallorca 312, a 312-kilometer endurance race that attracts thousands of riders from around the world. With its perfect mix of stunning scenery, cycling-friendly infrastructure, and a vibrant cycling culture, Mallorca truly is a cyclist's paradise.




Sample Itinerary

Day 1: Arrive in Mallorca   

Arrive in Palma, Mallorca. A private transfer can be booked to take you directly to your hotel. Airport transfers can be arranged with a trailer for bike boxes.

Once at your hotel, you will have available time to set up your bikes, or if renting a bike, a representative will meet you with the bikes at the reception area and help set these up correctly.

An evening meal can be booked at the hotel. Alternatively, we can advise on restaurants in town.                            

Day 2: Ride 1 (Cap de Formentor)

72 km, 1400 metres elevation             

Day 3: Ride 2 (Puig Muir)

136 km, 2000 metres elevation 

Today’s ride will feature the famous Puig Muir. You will cycle along the back roads to Bunyola, which has a fantastic coffee shop, before tackling the climb over to Soller before the main climb of the day, Puig Muir.      


Day 4: Ride 3 (Sa Calobra)

115 km, 1900 metres elevation

The ride out to the Sa Calobra is now one of the most famous cycling routes in the world. Challenge yourself riding the stunning hairpin bends and enjoy the view of the small coastal town at the foot of the climb.


Day 5: Depart for the UK   

Today you will be taken back by private transfer back to the airport for your return journey. Remember all our tours are bespoke and tailor made and we can alter any itinerary to suit you. 




All trips can include the following:  

  • Bike friendly accommodation, including breakfast (see below for hotel examples)
  • Evening meals at the hotel
  • Picnic lunches on ride
  • Private Airport Transfers (return) – subject to flights  
  • Support vehicle with mechanical support 
  • High spec bike rental
  • GPX files and route information via an app
  • 24/7 support from the Bikecation office
  • TTA financial protection


Bike Hire

Add high spec bike hire to your cycling trip 

We have a range of incredible hire bikes to choose from which can be delivered to your chosen hotel. Our local team will help set your bikes up so all you have to do is enjoy your holiday. 

We advise bringing your own pedals and helmet but all extras are available to hire. 

All our bike hires include, a puncture repair kit, bottle and pump.



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