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Cycling in Majorca

Majorca’s widely known as one of the world’s best cycling destinations thanks to its warm climate, clear roads and steep but remarkable routes. Combined with vibrant coastal resorts and a distinctly cosmopolitan capital, you’ll find variety at your fingertips.
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Challenging climbs

Nestled close to the thigh-burning climbs of the Tramuntana Mountains, the northern coast is a real draw for pro cycling teams. Stay at Alcudia, Puerto Pollensa or Playa De Muro and you’ll be within easy reach of routes that explore the island’s interior.

Out of the saddle

After a great day’s cycling, there’s still plenty to do. You could enjoy the tantalising tapas bars in the city of Palma, relax by the waterfront at Puerto Pollensa or enjoy a warm welcome in Alcudia’s expat pubs.

Speedy flats

The vibrant south of Majorca has a range of flat routes for speed training and it’s still just a short ride to the west coast’s mountains. Three routes close to Palma Nova have gentler gradients, making them ideal for all ages and abilities.

Majorca cycling hotels

  • Sa Calobra >> Ca’n Picafort
  • Puerto Pollensa >> Campos
  • Puerto Pollensa >> Cap Formentor

Sa Calobra >> Ca’n Picafort

Name: Puerto Pollensa >> Campos

Difficulty: 3/5

Climb Level: 2/5

Max Altitude: 167m

Distance: 86km

The Route: Cycle north to south across nine different villages. On the way, you’ll pass a lighthouse, parish church and painter’s museum. Expect to spot (and smell) fragrant citrus groves too.

Puerto Pollensa >> Campos

Name: Puerto Pollensa >> Cap Formentor

Difficulty: 3/5

Climb Level: 3/5

Max Altitude: 229m

Distance: 21km

The Route: After a hilly start, the smooth (recently re-laid) road flattens out for breathtaking views of the sea and steep cliffs along the peninsula.

Puerto Pollensa >> Cap Formentor

Name: Sa Calobra >> Ca’n Picafort

Difficulty: 5/5

Climb Level: 5/5

Max Altitude: 725m

Distance: 79km

The Route: Conquer the Cal de Reis at 725m altitude to begin this route. It has an astonishing 26 hairpin turns and an average gradient of 7%.

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