Cycling on Lively Mallorca | Self Guided

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Majestic Mallorca Cycling Tour, through the Sierra Tramuntana Mountain Range.

Journey to the Mediterranean island of Mallorca to experience island life with a Spanish twist. Remarkable beauty is just the beginning on our Mallorca Bike Tour in Spain. Cycle on roads with dramatic cliffs which drop off from both sides and offer sweeping views of the sea.

Climb high into the mountain range: The Sierra de Tramuntana forms the northern backbone of Majorca and has been awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO. Summiting Puig de Massanella, the mountain’s second highest peak, is a popular excursion – are you up for the challenge of climbing 4,475 feet?

Visit the historic monastery and wander the steep, narrow streets of Valdemossa. Bask in the sunshine along the sparkling coast. You’ll be delighted by the quiet, traffic-free country roads.

This Cycling Tour Mallorca route takes you through majestic mountains, wonderful vineyards, farmlands and pastures, with its exceptional and characteristic interior -rural- Majorcan houses. The circuit is divided into 5 stages of an average of 60-80 km through secondary and country roads. Each stage ends in a small town or village with luxurious accommodations.

Luxury Version Available

Tour Details
Tour name Cycling on Lively Mallorca
Type of tour Self guided, you can start any day of the week
Duration 6 nights, 7 days
Period  From March to November
Level Moderate to Challenge
Total Distance 270km / 169mi
Daily mileage 57to 79km / 35 to 49mi
Start Palma
End Palma
Suggested Airports In/Out: Palma de Mallorca


  • Cycling along the stunning northern Tramuntana mountain range, ride where the pro teams train.
  • Exploring Deja, pretty coastal village dedicated to music and art with a reputation of foreign artists’ colony.
  • Lounging and swimming at Formentor beach after the bike ride to the light house at cap.
  • Enjoy unforgettably fresh seafood, organically farmed meats, vegetables & fusion tapas.
  • Art in Palma town: Miro, Dali and Picasso.
Not Included
Optional Services
  • Six nights in excellent four & three-star superior hotels.
  • Six breakfasts
  • Meet & greet + professional bike fitting in Palma.
  • Route notes and maps with elevation gain, city maps.  Sightseeing, restaurant and shopping suggestions.
  • All Baggage transfers
  • Telephone assistance for emergencies
  • Drop Off bikes and gear in Palma
  • Keepsake “BTS” water bottle
  • All tax and Service Charges
  • Bike Rental
  • Pre/Post Additional Nights
  • Transfers to/from other destinations on the Island
  • Wine tasting
  • Dinners and activities booking
  • Room upgrade options
  • Renting GPS device 6 days – 50 €

Day 1Welcome to Palma

The tour begins from Palma, it gives you the opportunity to discover the most attractive places and monuments of the island of Mallorca’s capital. The hotel is conveniently located in the heart of the old town, in the traditional fishing district of Puig San Pere. Just relax, take in the local lifestyle and enjoy the picture perfect scenery. Our local representative will meet you at the hotel for your orientation.
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 2 Palma to Campanet via Alarò. 77 Km / 48mi

The bike ride starts in the city and you will exit riding along long stretches of dedicated cycle lanes – a cycle path. Shortly you will be north of Palma taking a secondary road.
Cycling is easy, rolling hills – pass very small village and after 40 km ride you can stop at Alarò in the placa de la vila. Other 10 km and you will pass Lloseta and eventually Biniamar- perfect place for a lunch. On secondary roads you will arrive to Campanet and 2 km from the village is your accommodation, the hotel Agriturismo Monnaber Nou. It’s a perfect base for cyclists –it’s considered the bike hotel of the entire island with beautiful pool and spa to relax after your ride.
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 3Loop to Cap Formentor. 65Km / 41mi

The town, Pollença, is a hub for cyclists, particularly
popular with the British – Sir Bradley Wiggins has an
apartment on the seafront – and is a good starting point
to ease yourself into a long day in the mountains or to
explore the flatter hinterland.It will be a good day to go
out to Cap de Formentor, the thin and rocky peninsula
that forms the north side of the Badía de Pollença, and
ends at the extreme northeast tip of the island of
Mallorca. You will ride untill the lighthouse at the tip
of the peninsula, enjoying the spectacular scenery along
the way back to an exclusive thirteenth century
Majorcan luxury country Hotel where tranquility and
elegance prevail in the foothills of the Sierra de
Tramuntana with the finest in accommodation
“Michelin Guide”.
Meals included: Breakfast,

Day 4 Pollensa to Soller. 65Km / 33mi

Ready for a challenging day of biking? Much of today’s breathtaking hilly ride follows the spine of the Tramuntana range on the remote pristine western side of Mallorca.
Keep in mind that tomorrow’s routes are even tougher so save some energy! Start out tranquillo by pedaling along narrow, well paved roads—dedicated bike routes—into the countryside past picturesque farmland, windmills and dry stone walls. Pass little village Muscari, Selva and Caimari about 12 km to warm up your muscles. Now starts the climb that brings you to Coll de Sa Batalla and Sanctuary Lluc. It is a secular national symbol and an unexpected oasis of tranquillity, of spirituality, of artistic heritage (the Museum), of unspoilt countryside (the Tramuntana mountains and the Botanic Garden), and of Mallorcan cuisine .
You got it but you have 33 km more! You have now to continue until you reach Sóller, biking near the reservoirs of Gorg Blau and Cúber. Anyway consider once you arrive at the peak of todays 1027 meters, at cum km 37, you will enjoy 16 km downhill, passing the enchanting village of Fornalutx.
For avid bikers: at km 29 you can extend and take the ride downhill on a road called Sa Calobra.
Arrival in Soller!! this town lies in a valley surrounded by the grey-green hills of the Tramuntana. Enjoy your 5 star hotel with a pool on the roof and in the evening, savor a seafood dinner at one of many restaurants of the main square.
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 5Loop to Colle de Sóller & Valldemossa. 57Km / 35mi.

This morning before your ride, you can wander Soller’s peaceful often cobbled streets. In the main square is a gothic church with unusual Modernista facade, the church’s candelabra like summit is visible from all over town. The loop proposed is a beautiful cycle ride, exiting Sóller inland to soon face the climb of the Coll de Sóller. The route packs in more than 1,000m of climbing, so is a great workout without spending all day in the saddle. The Coll de Soller is famous for its 61 hairpin bends. After that a tunnel was built here, the road became relatively free of traffic. Once at the peak, you can enjoy the downhill to Bunyola village. Continue easy riding until a final uphill that leads you to the pretty town of Valdemossa – this is perfect stop for a lunch. Now move to a coastal road towards the artists town of Deià and admire the breathtaking scenery. Back to Soller via the Coll den Bleda.
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 6Sóller to Palma. 37 up to Km / 23 up to 50mi

After fuelling up with breakfast, grab your bike and head north. Tranquil roads take you toward terraced hillsides, dotted with quaint hamlets and windmills tucked among olive and fruit groves. To continue, pedal down the coast, tracing the turquoise Mediterranean, passing alongside stepped mountainside with spectacular cliffs which will stop you in your tracks at viewpoints.
You’ll want to take time off your bike to visit the wonderful towns along this route as well, including 10th-century Banyalbufar, whose verdant marjades – stepped slopes- lead gracefully to the sea. Farther down the road, consider taking a break in charming Estellencs, which dates back to the Middle Ages and is known for its attractive stone streets, terraced plots of farmland, picturesque port and the remains of towers once built to fend off pirates.
Back on your bike, turn inland and feel the sea still following you, riding through the always changing landscape until you reach Andratax. Leave the city at your back and take a stunning narrow, sea view road. Excapdella and Galilea look perfectly built in the natural landscape from here. Another small effort to face the last climb from here on a very narrow road through the woods which ends with a breathtaking downhill into to Palma.
Meals included: Breakfast

Day 7ADIOS! Good bye!

You have time to wander in the historic buildings & Cathedral, our favourite things to see are the museu el Baluard, the Banys arabs.
Meals included: Breakfast


Self Guided

Euro 1550 per person- Classic rooms at each hotel

Euro 1690 per person – Large & deluxe rooms at each hotel

Euro 1750 per person – Suite rooms and hotel upgrade in Soller

Price based on double accommodation, it can change according to the period.

Make it custom: contact us for a quote!

Single occupancy: ask for a quote

Private & Custom departures at any time

Road bike for rental


Carbon frames with Ultegra 11 speed; compact groupset.



Discover the Sardinian Strade Bianche on Gravel bikes.

Electric bike for rental


The hills won’t be so hard with our new Scott E-Bikes.

Touring Hybrid bike for rental


Hybrid-Touring bikes very light to face the Italian Hills.

Lodging example
Palau Sa Font Palma-Mallorca-cycling-trip-
Day 1 & 6 – Boutique hotel Palau Sa Font, Palma

This is a beautifully renovated 16th-century palace in the historic center of Palma, near the cathedral and the beach. It features comfortable rooms with free Wi-Fi and unique art. Within walking distance of the city’s cultural sights and from the trendy area of Santa Catalina.

Monaber Nou Pollenca tramuntana-cycling-tour
Day 2 & 3 – Agroturism Monnaber Nou & Spa,Campanet

An exclusive thirteenth century Majorcan luxury country Hotel where tranquillity and elegance prevail in the foothills of the Sierra de Tramuntana with the finest in accommodation. A Wellness Centre, including areas with swimming-pools, heated indoor pool and jacuzzi, gymnasium and a massage centre. ”Es Mirador” Restaurant, specialized in traditional à la carte cuisine.

Grand Hotel Soller Mallorca
Day 4 & 5 – Gran Hotel Sóller

It is located in one of the most characteristic buildings of Sóller, a depiction of the architecture of the town in the XIX Century. This luxury hotel in Mallorca provides an oasis of culture and relaxation and is decorated to the highest standards, providing classic luxury with a hint of glamour. These include the spa center, with its heated indoor pool, Jacuzzi, steam room and gym.