Self-Guided Cycling in Mallorca

Resort:Self-Guided Cycling in Mallorca
Operator: Explore
Destination: Europe, Spain
Price From: £925.00

Over View

Explore the attractive Mediterranean landscapes on the beautiful island of Mallorca. Ride on quiet roads through the fertile rolling countryside, past sandy beaches, impressive cliffs and woods of pine, carob and oak.

Medieval villages – Located on hilltops with breath-taking views

Easy cycling – Along quiet interior roads

Port de Pollenca – Opportunity to swim.


Day 1 Holiday starts in Palma de Mallorca Airport; transfer to Algaida or Randa

Your cycle holiday starts in Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI) where you will be met and driven to the rural village of Algaida or Randa, where you will stay for the first two nights. After checking in to your hotel, you have the rest of the day to explore. Your bike will be delivered either today or tomorrow morning and you will be required to sign an agreement of care upon receipt of the bike.

Day 2 Circular ride around the Randa Puig via Llucmajor and Montuiri

This morning after breakfast you will be able to admire plenty of classic Mallorquin windmills as you turn south toward Llucmajor. You will have the option to extend your cycle by visiting three hermitages up Puig de Randa. Whether you choose to tackle the additional distance or stick to the more gentle ride through the rolling hills via Montuiri you will have plenty of time to soak in the beautiful scenery along the route.

Your total cycling distance today is approximately 34 kilometres (275 metres ascent and descent) with the option to add a further 8 kilometres.

Day 3 Cycle from Algaida to Sineu via Sencelles

This morning you start by heading north to the villages of Pina and Sencelles. While cycling along, the landscape turns flat and more barren. This is the wine producing district of Mallorca and you can visit wineries as you cycle from Sencelles via Santa Eugenia. Towards the end of this ride you will pedal through the hills before making your way to your cosy hotel in the centre of Sineu. Once you arrive in Sineu you can appreciate the mediaeval town with its impressive Gothic Church, narrow lanes and lively outdoor terraces.

Your total cycling distance today is approximately 33 kilometres (150 metres ascent and 225 metres descent) with the option to add a further 22 kilometres.

Day 4 Circular ride from Sineu to Petra

From Sineu you first cycle via Sant Joan to Petra, birthplace of Fray Juniperus Serra (the European ‘founder’ of California), where the monastery and iconographic museum are worth a visit. The hilltop hermitage of Bonnay is a prime spot to stop for lunch. During the last section of the route you can choose to cycle straight back to Sineu or make an interesting side excursion via Santa Margalida.

Your total cycling distance is approximately 30 kilometres (175 metres ascent and descent) with the option to add a further 14 kilometres.

Day 5 Ride from Sineu to Port de Pollena

Today you bid farewell to the countryside of Central Mallorca to ride north to Port de Pollena, one of the most enchanting beach towns of Mallorca. You cycle via Llub to Campanet at the feet of the Tramuntana mountains and then through a quiet valley, among carob and almond orchards to the city of Pollena. The last part of this cycle will see you gently descending towards the sea.

Your total cycling distance is approximately 41 kilometres (200 metres ascent and 335 metres descent).

Day 6 Circular ride from Port de Pollena via Alcudia or St Vicen

After so many days on inland routes today you definitely want to explore some beautiful beaches on the north coast, like Playa St Vicent or the hidden Playa de Col Baix, near Alcudia. If you are a more passionate cyclist, you may wish to do the famous circular route through the Sierra Tramuntana via Lluc, but be advised that the ascent is tough and traffic can be a nuisance!

Your total cycling distance today is approximately 26 kilometres (50/ 125 metres ascent and descent) with the option to add a further 7 kilometres.

Day 7 Circular ride from Puerto Pollena via S’Albufera

Today’s cycling route takes you to the wetlands of S’Albufera, a section where you can see many interesting birds. You also ride along the large beach of Alcudia and have an opportunity to visit this ancient roman town before you return to Port de Pollena.

Your total cycling distance today is approximately 38 kilometres (150 metres ascent and descent) with the option to add a further 17 kilometres.

Day 8 Holiday ends in Port de Pollena

After breakfast, the organised part of your holiday comes to an end. You can choose to take a taxi or local bus to Palma de Mallorca Airport (PMI). Timings will depend on your return flight, but hotel check-out is likely to be midday or earlier.

We are able to offer private transfers to Palma de Mallorca Airport for an additional cost. Please contact our self-guided team for further information.