A Mediterranean cycling paradise surrounded by turquoise waters
7 days & 6 nights
Sa Calobra, Cap de Formentor, Puig Major, Coll de Sóller
Total elevation gain
Start / Finish
Palma de Mallorca
April 6-12, 2024
Pedal across a true cycling paradise. Our route combines some of the most pleasant & least-known roads on the island with all the famed climbs. The ocean breeze will accompany us all along the way as we explore the secluded corners of the Serra de Tramuntana. The ride will also take us through the most well-preserved medieval towns. Even though some of these towns look like a relic of the past, they are full of life thanks to the local entrepreneurs that will be so happy to welcome us.
With 300 sunny days a year, magnificent roads, and dreamy landscapes, the island has become an international meeting point and a must-experience for any cyclist. Mallorca’s super pleasant weather and long-standing cycling tradition make it as bike-friendly as it gets!
This is the perfect trip for those who enjoy an extraordinary variety of roads and want to take advantage of the crystal-clear beaches, ancestral ruins, and jaw-dropping sunsets.
Incredible views in this island paradise.
Palma & the enchanting fishing villages
Witness to centuries of history, Palma de Mallorca welcomes us with its marvelous 13th-century buildings. As we head out to the west coast, we travel back in time through picturesque little fisherman towns. In this rural setting, we appreciate the cuisine, just as deeply rooted in tradition.
Serra de Tramuntana, a beautiful challenge
This mountain range that runs southeast to northwest is the backbone of the island. We will explore the most hidden corners of it on super quiet roads. We will take on the challenges of climbing Puig Major and the legendary Sa Calobra, ‘the snake road’. And we will ride all the way to the northernmost point of the island: the jaw-dropping Cap de Formentor. The last kilometers to the iconic lighthouse, with dramatic cliffs on both sides of the path, has often been defined as one of the most beautiful rides in the world!
Farmlands and foothills
We are going to make our way back to Palma through the island’s charming interior. Prepare yourself for the beauty and the calmness you will feel when riding between olive groves and almond trees. A perfect way to wrap up an incredible trip.
Day by day.
Day 1: Arrival, 30km +300m
Day 2: 80km +1,200m, Point-to-point
Day 3: 40km +1,100m
Day 4: 60km +900m, Point-to-point
Day 5: Rest day or 40km +700m
Day 6: 100km +800m, Point-to-point
Day 7: Departure