Off the bike for some sightseeing in Mallorca. Photo courtesy of Tour Operator.
Cycling along Mallorca's coastline. Photo via Flickr:Franz59

Peppers in Mallorca. Photo via Flickr:teclasorg
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Mallorca Bike Tour

Spain Bike Tours

Bike Mallorca from coast to coast

  • Spain's largest island, Mallorca, is as close to perfect as is possible for a bike tour. Known for its intense Mediterranean light, it is called "La Luminosa" or "The Enlightened" by the Spaniards. Up and down you bike through the ever varying landscapes and encounter the countryside like never before! The coast and inner country offer different attractions and you will see them all. This Mallorca cycle tour will give you many romantic evenings in picturesque fishing villages and on shimmering salt lakes. Of course, this island is famous for the opportunities to swim and sunbathe, and you will have plenty of time to do both!


    • Exploring the interior of the island along quiet country landes
    • Beautiful beaches, street markets, excellent hotels
    • Two nights in each hotel
    • The Mediterranean Sea on three out of six cycling days!

    Come see this Island for yourself and check out all of our bicycle tours in Spain!

  • 2020
    Twin/double:  $ 1783 £ 883 $ 1,541 965 $ 1820 kr 10877 $ 1,099 Single supplement: $ 488 £ 241 $ 422 264 $ 498 kr 2976 $ 301 Solo traveler supplement: $ 593 £ 294 $ 513 321 $ 605 kr 3618 $ 366

    extra options

    GPS (one  per booking): $ 55 £ 27 $ 48 30 $ 57 kr 338 $ 34 Electric bike: $ 92 £ 46 $ 80 50 $ 94 kr 564 $ 57 Dinners included (excluding beverages): $ 357 £ 177 $ 308 193 $ 364 kr 2175 $ 220 Group transfer Palma Airport to Campos, 4 ppl.: $ 92 £ 46 $ 80 50 $ 94 kr 564 $ 57 Group transfer Pollença to Palma Airport, 4 ppl.: $ 148 £ 73 $ 128 80 $ 151 kr 902 $ 91 Extra nights
    Pollença: on request
    Palma: on request

    please note

    Rates are per person based on double occupancy.

    A non-refundable admin fee of 20 Euros per person is included in the deposit amount.

    Information to read before you book.

    We recommend purchasing bike trip insurance.

    Please see our FAQ.

  • Travel

    Fly to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI).

    Local Travel

    Being just 8 km from the city, Palma Airport is quite accessible by public transportation or taxis. You could also book an optional transfer. See pricing.


    Mallorca´s climate is typically Mediterranean, with warm average temperatures and seasonal rains, the summer period being both hot and dry. Check local conditions before your arrival. Average high/low temperature in °F for the Palma area is: March 63°/49°, April 66°/52°, May 72°/58°, June 78°/65°, July 84°/70°, August 85°/72°, September 81°/68°, and October 74°/61°. A good website to research regional weather including average high/low temperatures, average rainfall, and other weather-related facts is


    Before you travel, please check your country's passport and visa requirements and the passport and visa requirements of the country/countries you plan to visit. For US citizens, the U.S. Passports & International Travel website is a good source of information. The Country Information tab provides details about passport validity, blank passport pages required, etc. If you are not an American citizen, ​please make sure you contact your own embassy before travel. We recommend that you make copies of your important documents and papers (insurance cards, etc.). Leave a copy at home and have a copy with you. In the unfortunate situation that you lose your original documents, having copies facilitates the replacement process.

    *Important note: Beginning July 1, 2021, additional documentation from the European Travel Information and Authorization System (ETIAS) will be required to visit any of the 26 Schengen-member countries for tourism, business, medical, or transit. This is an additional check on security rather than a visa.

Where You’ll Stay

On the Day to Day itinerary, you will find the preferred hotels indicated. The final hotel list will be based on availability.
Day 1 through Day 6: Small, family-run, boutique Hotels, with swimming pools
Day 7: 3 star Hotel in the historic town of Pollenca, centrally located.

What’s Included

  • Hotel accommodations for 7 nights
  • Breakfast
  • 24-speed hybrid bike of the brand Giant Argento or Kalkhoff Voyager (or equivalent) in male/female frames with mud guards, odometer, rear pannier, map carrier, lock, bottle cage, and helmet
  • Pump, puncture repair kit with tools per room
  • Luggage transfer
  • Route descriptions & maps
  • Emergency hotline

What’s Not Included

TypeSelf Guided
Length8 days
From965 Rates
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Tour Dates


Daily arrivals from March 1 to October 31

Skill Level

Moderate self guided tour with daily distances averaging 43 km and 393 m of climbing each day. The terrain is undulating / hilly terrain with ascents each day.

Day-To-Day Itinerary

Mallorca Map

Day 1: Arrival to Campos
Day 2: Circular route around Campos, 25 miles (40 km)
Day 3: Campos to Randa, 29 miles (47 km)
Day 4: Circular route around Randa, 29 miles (47 km)
Day 5: Randa to Moscari, 30 miles (48 km)
Day 6: Circular route around Moscari, 23 miles (37 km)
Day 7: Moscari to Pollenca, 25 miles (40 km)
Day 8: Departure

*All distances are approximate. Due to organizational reasons, weather conditions or provisions issued by local authorities, the itinerary may be subject to some changes before and/or during your holiday. For example, along the way you may find temporary deviations caused by roadworks, which cannot be foreseen.

Day 1: Arrival to Campos
A private transfer can be arranged from Palma de Mallorca to your first hotel, or you can take a taxi. Your home for the next two nights is a beautiful converted farmhouse with a large pool.

Accommodation: Rural Hotel Es Torrent or Hotel Segles

Day 2: Circular route around Campos, 25 miles (40 km). Climb: 152 m
Today is free to explore the lovely beaches nearby, visit the salt production lagoons with flocks of flamingos, and enjoy the pool! The family that runs this hotel is particularly proud of their homemade cooking and the local Mallorquin wines. You will not be hungry or thirsty by the end of the day!

Elevation: 152 m
Rural Hotel Es Torrent or Hotel Segles

Day 3: Campos to Randa, 28 miles (45 km)
Small country lanes will bring you to the coast before aiming north to Randa. Along fields and quiet villages will be today’s scenery before reaching the hotel. Another refreshing pool awaits you.

Elevation: 547 m 
 Hotel Es Recó de Randa or Rural Hotel Algaida

Day 4: Circular route around Randa, 29 miles (47 km)
The market town of Sineu is not too far from Randa and a perfect place to stop for a coffee and a snack. There is no hurry as the whole day is dedicated to enjoying this unspoiled countryside. Back in Randa, be sure to take a walk through the narrow streets and photograph one of Mallorca’s many retired windmills!

Elevation: 554 m
 Hotel Es Recó de Randa or Rural Hotel Algaida

Day 5: Randa to Moscari, 30 miles (48 km)
Leaving Randa, you will cycle towards the Tramontana Mountains, approaching them but not climbing. The next accommodation is a lovely rural hotel nestled in the foothills of the mountains. There is a superb restaurant on site!

Elevation: 375 m
Rural Hotel Can Furios (Moscari) or Hotel Sa Bisbal (Selva)

Day 6: Circular route around Moscari, 22 miles (36 km)
This route will take you through one of the most beautiful settings of the island. The Tramontana Mountains are today’s permanent backdrop and makes for breathtaking scenery mile after mile.

Elevation: 443m
Rural Hotel Can Furios (Moscari) or Hotel Sa Bisbal (Selva)

Day 7: Moscari to Pollenca, 25 miles (40 km)
Before reaching Pollenca, you will have the opportunity to visit the historic town of Alcudia. Dating back to around 1300, the Phoenicians and Greeks first called this place home, followed by the Romans in the 2nd century BC who made Alcudia the capital of Mallorca. This history will be evident as you cycle it's streets. Finally, you will reach Pollenca. Originally a fishing village, Pollenca does a good job at retaining old traditions. Most houses were built in the 17th and 18th centuries and the cobblestone streets are narrow, a common trait of the medieval era. The central square, called Plaça Major, has numerous outdoor cafés and is home to the large 13th-century church Esglèsia de Nostra Senyora dels Àngels (Our Lady of the Angels), which was built by the Knights Templar.

Elevation: 287 m
: Hotel Juma/ Hotel L´Hostal or Hotel Son Sant Jordi (Pollença)

Day 8: Departure
A private transfer can be booked back to Palma de Mallorca or extend your stay in Mallorca!

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Tour Reviews

  • John B. 3 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    This was our 6th European cycle trip and it was one of our favourites. Communication with Tripsite was excellent. The hotels we stayed in were very good ( a couple were exceptional!) They all served a really great breakfast ( above normal European standards).
    Bike transfer between hotels was perfectly done. For the most part the bike route took us on some of the nicest bike paths we have ever experienced in Europe. Occasionally however we found ourselves on some very busy roads. For these brief times we ended up walking our bikes as we did not feel safe.
    For the first time in our lives (we are in our sixties) we rented e-bikes.For most of this trip we just used to he regular gears supplied on the bikes .Occasionally however we encountered some fairly steep inclines and we were so happy we could engage the e-bikes!
    Our biggest issue on this trip was the written directions provided. Many times we found them to be quite confusing. We got lost and disoriented on numerous Read more… occasions.
    In fairness there were road closures due to construction. There were signs that had been knocked down.
    Providing a GPS unit would have been quite helpful.

  • Kathy P. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    Riding in Mallorca was fantastic! We had a few issues navigating through some of the little towns, especially where there was some road construction, so I would suggest the map making folks stay current with things like that. But beyond that it was perfect! The hotels were wonderful, the routes beautiful, the riding very pleasant with mainly flat roads, very little traffic, and scenery worth stopping for! We upgraded to road bikes which we highly recommend. The mountains, the sea, the olive and almond groves, the tinkling of sheep bells, the incredible sunlight on all those amazing rock walls, and the narrow town streets all made the rides magical! I can't wait to go back and do this trip again!

  • Monique R. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    The routes were wonderful and the lodging choices were excellent.

  • Suzanne P. 6 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    This particular ride was completely different to any of the other rides Murray and I have done, it was great and we were often challenged with some of the climbs along the way. Everyone at the hotels where we stayed were helpful and friendly, our rooms were all delightful and the food excellent. We hope to do another cycle tour of Spain in the very near future. The bikes we were given were in excellent condition and everything was perfect, please send our thanks and appreciation to the organisers of this tour as they really did a great job.

  • Sean M. 10 months ago     Verified Reviewer

    My wife and I have done several of these bike tours. They've all been amazing, Umbria, Sicily, Dali Country, etc. Mallorca was the most relaxing. You are on beautiful country roads nearly the entire time. Coming from California where you are constantly dealing with cars, this was a huge treat. The weather in May was perfect. The inns and food were spectacular as well. A truly great trip. Sean

  • Philip S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great bike paths - mostly paved & little riding on highways with traffic

  • Phil S. 2 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    A wonderful self-guided bike trip. Perfect weather in early October. Map & instructions occasionally confusing, but adequate.
    Hotels & food very good at all stops. A few climbs, but not really challenging for an experienced rider. Highly recommend!

  • John E. 3 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The most memorable part of this trip were the rides down empty country roads, loving the scenery and quiet. A great choice of roads!

  • P. Braun 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    The bicycle trip in Mallorca was a pleasant experience! The route was interesting, and the effort required to ride the daily distance was minimal. The instruction book provided for the self-guided tour was easy to follow. The hotels and the meals were very good.

  • Michelle Oelsner 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Great trip. Should have upgraded on the bike to a road bike!

  • David Sampel 4 years ago     Verified Reviewer

    Fabulous trip. Pre trip instructions a bit confusing. Once we started everything went well.

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