Routes & Trips

Recommended routes

One way of making the most of your stay in Mallorca is by practising a sport that takes advantage of the excellent road network available. Cycling in Mallorca is something special. Once you try it, you will understand. It’s one of the most enjoyable ways to explore more of this part of the island. There is little traffic, a vast amount of roads and the surface quality is extraordinary. Many roads are marked as cycle paths and many dirt roads are now paved.

We know Mallorca quite well as we are running this business for over 15 years and some of us have also lived here. So take advantage of our knowledge with some bike routes suggested from us. Our team has mapped the best rides on the island. To access the maps you can simply download the free Ride with GPS app on your phone and create an account. To get access to our route database you just need to add NaCesty as your friend and you’re good to go! The app also offers the ride date of all the cyclists riding in Mallorca using the app. Each ride description will provide you with the profile and estimated ride time. The app is available for both Apple and Android, and it only takes 2 minutes to download! Just click on each route to see detailed information including traffic and roadway surface.

Enjoy the ride!

Route 100 - Playa de Muro - Ermita de Victoria - Port de Pollenca - Cala Sant Vincent - Pollenca - Playa de Muro
100 – Playa de Muro – Ermita de Victoria – Port de Pollenca – Cala Sant Vincent – Pollenca – Playa de Muro

A route for a pleasant start with the first short climb to Ermita de la Victoria. Once you reach the coastal road you can cycle all the way along the peninsula and enjoy a beautiful seaview. After that,  ride through the old town Alcudia, it’s worth it! The old town is built on the remains of medieval ramparts encircling the whole area, providing foundations for beautifully preserved historical buildings and narrow romantic streets.  Then take a cycling route from Alcudia, along the bay road to Puerto Pollensa and follow the sign to Cala Sant Vincent. This tiny bay is awesome especially because of its scenery and diversity.

Distance 60.5 km

Elev Gain 639 m

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Route 101 - Playa de Muro - Petra - Muro - Playa de Muro
101 – Playa de Muro – Petra – Muro – Playa de Muro

Being a cycling mecca of the island, Petra is worth visiting at least once during your stay in Mallorca. Favorite meeting point for groups of riders, Petra is only a 43km. trip from Palma, our new hotel in Alcudia is even 10kms. closer. The road network around Petra offers a variety of little roads surrounded by little fields, gardens, olive and almond trees, and an easy flat profile without any climbing whatsoever. The little town square is a mayhem of colorful cycling jerseys. Sitting down for a coffee in one of the many cafeterias surrounding the square is a must, so you can fully savour the lovely atmosphere that Petra is famous for. The historical town centre offers many gems of Mediterranean architecture, e.g. the “Esglesia de Sant Pere” built in the 13th Century.

 Distance 67.5 km

Elev Gain 483 m

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Route 102 - Playa de Muro - Cap de Formentor - Playa de Muro
102 – Playa de Muro – Cap de Formentor – Playa de Muro

The northernmost point of the island can be accessed via a narrow peninsula offering astonishing views, ascents and descents, narrow tunnels carved in stone. In short, riding to Formentor is quite an experience. After arriving to the destination – the lighthouse at Cap de Formentor – you can refuel in a cozy restaurant and indulge in the beauty surrounding you. The Formentor ride is one of the prettiest and most sought for that Mallorca has to offer. Don’t forget to take a picture with the lighthouse in the background!

Distance 66.1 km

Elev Gain 1 270 m

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Route 103 - Playa de Muro - Arta - Ermita de Betlem - Sa Duania - Playa de Muro
103 – Playa de Muro – Arta – Ermita de Betlem – Sa Duania – Playa de Muro

Northeast mountainous part of Mallorca with the Nature Park Llevant features Mediterranean mountain climate and wildlife. Looking to find a place of no time with heavenly peace interrupted only with joyful sounds of sheep bells? Look no further. A trip to the Ermita de Betlem church will take you to one of those places… After a 35km. bike ride from our Alcudia hotel you’ll be charmed by the peaceful atmosphere of the seaside village of Betlem. On the approach to the church you will need to pass through the town of Artá towards the parking lot below the castle. From there, a steep winding little road will take you up to the summit and after a short steep descent you finally arrive at the famous church. The trip is no big feat, however, you’ll be generously rewarded by the magnificent views of the bay of Alcudia.

Distance 95.1 km

Elev Gain 1 329 m

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Route 104 - Playa de Muro - Cala Rajada - Canyamel - Petra - Playa de Muro
104 – Playa de Muro – Cala Rajada – Canyamel – Petra – Playa de Muro

You will see the real Mallorcan countryside. You can admire plantations of artichokes, vegetables and fruits. It´s a very quiet and pleasant ride with low traffic. The flat terrain is replaced by a slight ascent near Artá. This bike route is good for a long ride while practicing endurance training and ride technique. You might also visit the local lighthouse in Cala Rajada with a topic view and the cave in Coves d´Arta.

Distance 141.2 km

Elev Gain 1 468 m

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Route 105 - Playa de Muro - Pollenca - Sa Callobra - Selva - Playa de Muro
105 – Playa de Muro – Pollenca – Sa Callobra – Selva – Playa de Muro

One of the iconic places in Mallorca, Sa Calobra Pass, with its more than 20 switchbacks falling steep into the narrow ravine is one of the most photogenic views one shouldn’t miss. The road twists into a “nod” and disappears into a tunnel to counter steep terrain of this narrow gorge. On the descent of good 720 meters of altitude into the little bay, the views are just unforgettable. Lovely beaches down the coast are accessible via a narrow path with tunnels carved in stone – not really convenient if wearing cycling shoes but definitely worth seeing.  You can reach Sa Calobra climbing up to Lluc from Selva which is a nice friendly climb at about five percent over 8kms.

Distance 111.3 km

Elev Gain 2 495 m

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Route 106 - Playa de Muro - Caimari - Orient - Bunyola - Santa Maria - Playa de Muro
106 – Playa de Muro – Caimari – Orient – Bunyola – Santa Maria – Playa de Muro

Great route under the mountains passing through the hilly valley of Orient down to picturesque Bunyola and popular Santa Maria. If you cross Santa Maria village during the Sunday, stop by to visit a local market full of traditional Mallorcan pastry, breads, cheeses, olives or you can just admire handmade ceramic or knitted baskets. There you’ll find a selection of cafes and restaurants that serve particularly good meals and large pieces of different cakes. Then take a magical relaxing wine trail back to Alcudia.

Distance 113.5 km

Elev Gain 1 236 m

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Route 107 - Playa de Muro - Pollenca - Lluc - Soller - Bunyola - Orient - Selva - Playa de Muro
107 – Playa de Muro – Pollenca – Lluc – Soller – Bunyola – Orient – Selva – Playa de Muro

You will go on the most famous ascents in Mallorca. This bike route takes you to the Orient Valley and down to Bunyola, and from there to the Coll de Soller and the top of Mallorca, Puig Major.  Effort is rewarded with a fantastic scenery around the Cuber and Gorg Blau reservoirs. It is a great option for experienced cyclists who want to experience real adrenaline during mountain ascents and fast descents around the island.

Distance 140.1 km

Elev Gain 2 751 m

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Route 108 - Playa de Muro - Petra - Sant Salvator - Monturi - Muro - Playa de Muro
108 – Playa de Muro – Petra – Sant Salvator – Monturi – Muro – Playa de Muro

By climbing to the Sant Salvador you will be rewarded with the fantastic view of Mallorca lying at your feet. It´s not difficult and that is why this route is one of the most challenging climbs for cyclists of all categories. It´s easy to find and there is also small museum with some cycling world champion jerseys.

Distance 127 km

Elev Gain 1 239 m

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Route 109 - Playa de Muro - Sineu - Puig de Randa - Algaida - Sa Pobla - Playa de Muro
109 – Playa de Muro – Sineu – Puig de Randa – Algaida – Sa Pobla – Playa de Muro

This hill can be seen from all over Mallorca and always will be your lighthouse when you are riding around the island. The Puig de Randa climb is the easier and more popular route. From the easy flat countryside lands you will gradually climb up about 5km good asphalt road with and average gradient around 5%. On the top you can see old monastery and amazing views.

Distance 106.8 km

Elev Gain 1 201 m

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Route 110 - Andraxt - Valldemosa - Soller - Pollenca - Playa de Muro
WITH BUS TRANSFER
110 – Andraxt – Valldemosa – Soller – Pollenca – Playa de Muro

We will give you a ride to Andratx town from which you can take different routes back to Alcudia.

There is no doubt you will be facing one of the most sceneric and also one of the most complicated routes in Mallorca, but you cannot miss it out if you come to Mallorca! Amazing landscape and sea view with a fresh sea breeze, the fruit tree terraces in Banyalbufar or the hard climb ride up to Coll de Puig Major is made for a skilled/ experienced cyclists. The good thing after all this effort is that you will end the route well rested, as the last part of the way back is all downhill.

Distance 126.1 km

Elev Gain 3 072 m

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Route 111 - Andraxt - Esporles - Santa Maria - Playa de Muro
WITH BUS TRANSFER
111 – Andraxt – Esporles – Santa Maria – Playa de Muro

We will give you a ride to Andratx town from which you can take different routes back to Alcudia.

During a long climb you’ll reach the lovely Tramuntana village of Banyalbufar with its fantastic sea view where locals serve tasty fresch orange juice. You will ride through typical stone villages and end on the route that goes through the vine route Camí del Muro.

Distance 88.9 km

Elev Gain 1 028 m

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Route 112 - Soller - Sa Callobra - Caimari - Playa de Muro
WITH BUS TRANSFER
112 – Soller – Sa Callobra – Caimari – Playa de Muro

We will drive you to Soller to make your ride a little bit easier, since you can expect a very complicated route in northern Mallorca. This challenging ride passes through the two of the hardest parts of the island. You will reach Coll de Puig Major and famous Sa Calobra.  The beautiful mountain landscape will make you feel like you’re in the Pyrenees.

Distance 92.4 km

Elev Gain 2 437 m

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Bus trips and transfers

Bus with bike trailer We will  be happy to arrange a transfer anywhere on the island. Our transfer vehicles come prepared with trailers equipped to carry bicycles or other items. You can consult available trips on site.

We are also offering services to and from Palma de Mallorca airport including bike transfer.

Transfer price list

Passengers 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 next passenger
Price per passenger 112 € 56 € 37 € 28 € 22 € 19 € 16 € +16 €

Prices are valid all over the island and include safe bike transfer in special bike trailer.