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Majorca Cycling Holidays

With its diverse terrain, breathtaking landscapes, and cycling-friendly infrastructure, Majorca has earned its reputation as a premier destination for enthusiasts of two-wheeled exploration.

Mallorca cycling holidays have a long list of virtues. Enthusiasts can embark on a diverse cycling journey, exploring coastal routes, quaint rural villages, and the awe-inspiring Tramuntana mountains before enjoying a refreshing swim in C'an Picafort's turquoise waters. However, not only is the scenery magnificent, but the year-round warm weather, smooth tarmac, consistent gradients, testing but doable ascents, and flatter options make it one of the most desirable locations in the world for a cycling holiday.

Highlight of Majorca

Selecting a single standout feature from Spain's cycling paradise is a formidable task. Yet, little can rival the invigorating thrill of pedalling beneath the magnificent Serra de Tramuntana, before indulging in a refreshing swim in C'an Picafort's inviting turquoise waters.

Enjoy Majorca's Cuisine

One of the main attractions of Majorca is its local cuisine. Majorca's culinary scene is a delectable fusion of Mediterranean flavours and local traditions. From freshly caught seafood to hearty mountain cuisine, the island offers a diverse array of dishes that tantalise the taste buds. Indulge in "paella" – a saffron-infused rice dish often paired with seafood – or savour the simplicity of "sobrasada," a spicy cured sausage. "Ensaimada," a sweet pastry, is a beloved treat, while "tumbet" showcases layers of vegetables and potatoes. Also, after a long days cycling you won't want to miss the chance to enjoy a glass of local wine or "hierbas," an herbal liqueur unique to Majorca.

Relax in Majorca's Local Towns

Having pedalled across the island, a great way to unwind in the evening could be to immerse yourself in Majorcan culture with a stroll through the local towns and villages. The picturesque villages boast charming stone houses adorned with colourful shutters, reflecting a unique architectural style. Local markets showcase artisan crafts, while festivals like "Fiestas de San Juan" involve bonfires and beach celebrations.

More Information About Majorca Cycling Holidays

The best time for a cycling holiday in Majorca is typically during the spring (April to June) and autumn (September to October) when the weather is pleasant, and there are less crowds on the trails.

Five Places to Visit on Your Majorca Cycling Holiday

Playa de Palma

Dating back to the 13th century Palma is the oldest city on the island. This fascinating spot is teeming with history from its Gothic Cathedral at the heart of the city where the medieval streets wind their way to bohemian neighbourhoods, bustling markets and lively squares alive with cafes and restaurants.

Capocorb Vell


Capocorb Vell, also known as the the Kingdom of the cyclops, are the fascinating ruins of what remains of a Talayotic settlement; and nestled amongst carob, olive and almond trees the bar at the site makes for a great stop off for refreshments to fuel your cycling holiday.

Tramuntana Mountain Range

Renowned for its striking beauty, the Tramuntana Mountain Range providing a captivating backdrop for your Majorca cycling holiday. The range’s diverse limestone caves are a definitely a worthy stopping point on your trip where you can explore and enjoy a bite to eat. The caves are yet another fine example of the geographical artwork on the island.


Known for its wine production, Binissalem is a great place for a rest on your cycling holiday and sample the village’s famous drink. The wines created here are said to be the best on the island and you can enjoy sampling them in one of the various bodegas in the village. Wine has been produced in the village since the Romans and despite suffering from the crops being wiped out by Phylloxera in the late 19th century production has returned to the village and the wines are as good as ever.

Porto Cristo

Porto Cristo is a lovely coastal village, famous for its Cuevas del Drach otherwise known as the Dragons Caves. The large cave system of Cuevas del Drach was first explored in the late 19th century and is a must see on your Majorca cycling holiday. Guided tours are available daily and will take you on a journey through the extensive tunnels and caverns.







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