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Mallorca Self-Guided Coast to Coast Ride
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Enjoy coastal and inland cycle routes across this enchanting island
Trip Highlights
Start Destination
End Destination
What's included
  • All breakfasts
  • All accommodation (see below)
  • Luggage transfer
  • Maps and route notes
  • Local bike hire

7 breakfasts are included and consist of a continental-style buffet. Suggestions of what to do for lunch and dinner are given in the cycling route notes.

Day 1
Start Campos
Fly into Palma airport and take a taxi or a private transfer to your hotel in the countryside. Spend two nights here, at a lovely family-run converted farm house, with a large pool near the south of the island.
Day 2
Visit local beaches, see the flamingos at the nearby salt production lagoons, and enjoy a rest by the hotel pool.
Cycle to the stunning beaches near your hotel, visit the salt production lagoons and see the local flamingo inhabitants, and enjoy a rest by the hotel pool. The owners of the hotel are especially proud of their local homemade cooking and Mallorquin wines they provide. Distance approx. 40km.
Day 3
Following small country lanes cycling through almond groves and quaint villages.
Following small country lanes you cycle down to the coast before heading north to Algaida. You will cycle through almond fields (in bloom late January and February) and quaint villages before reaching your hotel in Algaida where a swimming pool awaits you. Distance approx. 38km.
Day 4
Leisurely cycling to the market town of Sineu, stopping for a coffee en route.
Enjoy a leisurely ride today as you cycle to the market town of Sineu stopping in small villages on the way for a coffee or snack. Slow your pace right down as you enjoy the unspoiled countryside and glorious surroundings. Distance approx. 41km.
Day 5
Cycle towards the Tramuntana mountain range to spend two nights in a lovely rural hotel in the foothills.
Cycling towards the Tramuntana mountains (but not climbing!), you head towards Moscari and the delightful rural hotel where you spend the next two nights. Enjoy beautiful views over the nearby mountain range, or relax by the pool. Distance approx. 40km.
Day 6
Explore one of the most beautiful settings on the island as you cycle in the foothills of the Tramuntana mountain range.
Today's circular route from your base of Moscari allows an excellent day of cycling through typically Mediterranean landscapes of holm oak woodland, almonds, figs and caper tree groves, one of the most beautiful settings of the island. Distance approx. 36km.
Day 7
Visit the old historic town of Alcudia and then cycle to your centrally located hotel in the medieval town of Pollenca.
Cycle towards the old historic town of Alcudia where there are plenty of options for a leisurely lunch. Head further north to the lovely medieval town of Pollença where you will spend your final night. Enjoy a meander around the cobble-stone streets and street market, or enjoy dinner alfresco in one of the many charming restaurants. Distance approx. 40km.
Day 8
End Pollenca
End in Pollenca, and take a taxi to Palma de Mallorca for your flight home. If you have time before your flight be sure to visit the historic city centre before you leave.
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