Mallorca Cycling

Routes
Arta, Petra & the East Coast

Arta, Petra & the East Coast

This 135km route takes in almost all the East Coast before turning inland and heading for the traditional Spanish town of Arta. I’m continually looking at this route after feedback from cyclist visiting the Island. The MA12 has become increasingly busy over the last few years making it a little hectic for cyclist to ride...
A day out in Porto Cristo

A day out in Porto Cristo

Starting from Puerto Pollenca this fantastic 155km route can be as rolling or as hilly as you like with 1800m of climbing. With the super smooth road leading you in to Arta this stretch of up and down road will warm the legs up and set you up for a brilliant day in the saddle....
East Tramuntana Epic Ride

East Tramuntana Epic Ride

This route is the version of our Tramuntana Epic Ride that starts and ends in Pollenca/Alcudia. A monster of a ride that packs in 2700m of climbing in 168km. The ultimate climbers ride this route takes in the majority of MA-10, the road that runs all the way through the Serra de Tramuntana range. The...
West Tramuntana Epic Ride

West Tramuntana Epic Ride

This route is the version of our Tramuntana Epic Ride that starts and ends in Palma. A monster of a ride that packs in 4000m of climbing in 167km. The ultimate climbers ride this route takes in the majority of MA-10, the road that runs all the way through the Serra de Tramuntana range. With...
Banyalbufar & the Western Coast

Banyalbufar & the Western Coast

A hard 80km starting and ending in Palma. This ride has no huge climbs but is up and down constantly for the middle 50km. Theres more than 2,000m climbing on this route. After climbing out of Palma Bay the route heads into the Western Serra, climbs at Galilea and Andratx will get you warmed up....
The Eastern Tramuntana

The Eastern Tramuntana

A 125km loop starting and finishing in Sóller, although you could easily start this route from anywhere in the Eastern Serra, Pollença or Alcúdia. The route starts with the category 2 climb of the Coll de Sóller. After descending towards Palma the route swings East and the climbing starts again with the Col d’Honor. After passing through the...
Valldemossa and the Coll de Sóller

Valldemossa and the Coll de Sóller

Exiting Sóller via the Coll den Bleda, this 50km route takes the coastal road West to the artists town of Deià. The route then moves inland towards the pretty town of Valldemossa, a great cafe stop. The route descends rapidly out of Valldemossa, then turns back north for the climb of the Coll de Sóller back to...
Puigpuyent, es Grau & Valldemossa

Puigpuyent, es Grau & Valldemossa

A 60km route, takes in some of the most convenient climbs from the Palma. Despite the proximity to the capital, most of the roads on this route are very quiet, even by Mallorcan standards. From Palma the route enters the Serra de Tramuntana via the Coll de sa Creu and descends into the Puigpuyent valley. The small...
Lluc monastery

Lluc monastery

A great route for your first adventure into the high mountains. This 50km (30mile) route climbs up to the Lluc monastery via the Coll de sa Batalla. After Lluc enjoy the fabulous descent of the Coll de Femenia into the charming old town of Pollenca. Retuning to Campanet via the beautiful road at the foot of the mountains.
Cap de Formentor lighthouse

Cap de Formentor lighthouse

A short route out and back to Cap de Formentor and the famous lighthouse. Although only 40km (25miles) the route is hilly and packs in 1000m (3300ft) of climbing. Starts in Port Pollenca, to lengthen the route combine with Lluc Monastery route.
Cap Blanc and the southern coast

Cap Blanc and the southern coast

A 75km (45mile) route from Palma. Cycle along the coast around Palma bay before climbing onto the southern cliffs. Enjoy the fantastic views at Cap Blanc before turning inland and the quiet roads and orange groves of Llucmajor.
Three Monasteries

Three Monasteries

A 110km (70mile) route visiting 3 of the hilltop monasteries in southern Mallorca. Starting from Manacor climbs to the San Salavdor Monastery, the Cura de Randa and the Bonany Monastery.