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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Spain Bike Tours

Bike the unknown side of a well known island!

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!

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Where You’ll Stay

Days 1 through 6 in small, family-run boutique hotels with swimming poolsDay 7 in a 3* hotel in the historic town of Pollenca, centrally located

What’s Included

  • Hotel accommodations for 7 nights
  • Breakfast buffets
  • 24-speed hybrid bike
  • Luggage transfer
  • Route descriptions & maps
  • Emergency hotline

What’s Not Included

TypeSelf Guided
Length8 days
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Tour Dates

Daily arrivals from March 1 to June 31, 2016 and September 1 to October 31, 2016

Skill Level

Easy to Moderate; self-guided hotel tour

Day-To-Day Itinerary

Mallorca Map

Day 1: Arrival to Campos
Day 2: Round trip Campos, 25 miles (40 km)
Day 3: Campos to Algaida, 24 miles (38 km)
Day 4: Round trip Algaida, 25 miles (41 km)
Day 5: Algaida to Moscari, 25 miles (40 km)
Day 6: Round trip Moscari, 22 miles (36 km)
Day 7: Moscari to Pollenca, 25 miles (40 km)
Day 8: Departure

*All distances are approximate

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 farm house with a large pool.

Day 2: Round trip Campos, 25 miles (40 km)
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 days end!

Day 3: Campos to Algaida, 24 miles (38 km)
Small country lanes will bring you to the coast before aiming north to Algaida. Almond fields and quaint villages will be today’s scenery before reaching the hotel. Another refreshing pool awaits you.

Day 4: Round trip Algaida, 25 miles (41 km)
The market town of Sineu is not too far from Algaida 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 Algaida, be sure to take a walk through the narrow streets and photograph one of Mallorca’s many retired windmills!

Day 5: Algaida to Moscari, 25 miles (40 km)
Leaving Algaida, 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!

Day 6: Round trip 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.

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.

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

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Customer Feedback

  • P. Braun 4 months ago

    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 11 months ago

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

  • David Sampel 11 months ago

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

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