Mallorca Cycling

Posts tagged "South Coast"
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...
Ermita de Betlem

Ermita de Betlem

A well hidden climb on the very east of the island, Ermita de Betlem is the access road to the eponymous monastery high above Colonia St Pere and Betlem. The road climbs gently out of the pretty town of Arta (a great lunch stop) for around 2km before starting to rear up at the final...
San Salvador

San Salvador

Another beautiful climb to a mountain top monastery  Whilst not as long as the nearby Cura de Randa, San Salvador is just a big a challenge. Steep throughout, with gradients upto 15% the 5km road winds its way up from the outskirts of Felanitx to the monastery at the top. Fantastic views in all directions helps to...
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.