Gem of the Mediterranean, Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearics, an archipelago off the Catalonian coast. Less raucous than its southern sister, Ibiza, Mallorca is a cyclist’s paradise. The fact that the pros train here during the shoulder months (February-April and October-November) has led to a culture of reverence for the bicycle and even a local economy around the sport!
This tour covers much of the northwestern part of the island. We’ll pedal glorious roads into and out of charming towns, both along the coast and inland, as well as cross through the UNESCO site of Serra de Tramuntana. Everywhere we go and all along the way, we’ll savor the best of island food and wine. Mallorquin cuisine is decidedly Spanish, but through visits with local producers, we’ll come to learn and taste what makes this island so special.
About the Mallorca Island
The name Mallorca derives from the Classical Latin insula maior or “larger island”, which morphed in medieval times into Maiorica, “the larger one”. Palma de Mallorca is the capital for the archipelago, which has been an autonomous region since 1983. Given its proximity to Catalonia, it is no surprise that the co-official languages of the islands are Catalan and Spanish.
Cycling Tour in Mallorca
Dates & Pricing
Minimum of 6 participants, maximum of 16, with a maximum guide-to-guest ratio of 1 to 8
DATES (7 days)
October 24-30, 2022 (sold out) | April 23-29, 2023 | October 22-28, 2023 (sold out)
For more info and availability please contact us.
Per person in double occupancy: from $4,090
Single Supplement: $690
For travel in 2021 and beyond, your tour is carbon neutral! In addition, we donate more than 1% of your trip price to food-literacy and environmental non-profits that share our values. (Details here)
What's Not Included
Optional Pre-Tour Night near Llucmajor
Day 1 & 2 – Llucmajor Area and Palma de Mallorca
Day 3 & 4 – Port d'Alcudia and Cap Formentor
Day 5 & 6 – Deià, Valldemossa and the Serra de Tramuntana
Day 7 – Palma de Mallorca Airport
To request the itinerary as a PDF or to ask us any questions please contact us today!