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Whether you dream of cycling from the northeast to the southwest of the island, through the Serra de Tramuntana, to the Cap de Formentor or across the Sóller Valley, a bike tour of Mallorca with DIGnGO will be an unforgettable adventure through a true cyclist’s paradise.
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Meet your trip leaders at the Intermodal train station in Palma de Mallorca before transferring to Alaró for a welcome lunch at a local restaurant located on the center square. Alaró is known for the Castillo de Alaró, one of the most classic excursions in Mallorca. From there you bike to your hotel, Son Brull Hotel & Spa.
Son Brull is the destination hotel, known for featuring the best of Mallorca. The hotel was converted from an eighteenth century Jesuit monastery. The luxurious, contemporary design offers a 5-star Mallorca experience at its most authentic. The hotel itself is nestled in a rural setting at the base of the Tramuntana Mountains, and some of the best beaches in the area are right around the corner.
Dinner is served int the hotel’s dinning room.
Today’s Ride: 20 miles with 900 feet of climbing
Awake to a refreshing breakfast beaming with authenticity. Held on the terrace of Son Brull & Spa, you breathe in the fresh air and enjoy captivating scenery before heading out. It starts with a short transfer. The ride is truly one of the most amazing in Mallorca.
The bike route brings you to the Cap de Formentor, which forms the eastern end of Mallorca’s Formentor peninsula, known locally as the “meeting point of the winds”. Filled with challenging climbs and thrilling descents, it’s one of the most popular routes we offer. It was designed by Italian Ingenieur Antonia Pareti. Upon arrival at the Cap de Formentor, a lighthouse is awaiting your exploration.
Lunch is on your own at a local restaurant in the Port de Pollença. Pollença itself is a small town in the northern reaches of Mallorca. It’s situated on the Bay of Pollença, and it is famous for The Pine Walk, a popular walk around the coastal line of the town.
In the afternoon, you ride back to the hotel on some of the beautiful local roads.
Dinner is held in the stunning dining room of Restaurant 3/65 in Son Brull.
Today’s Ride: 33 miles with 2,800 feet of climbing
Short Option: 21 miles with 2,400 feet of climbing
Long Option: 53 miles with 5,700 feet of climbing
After an energising breakfast, you leave your hotel on your bicycle. The morning ride includes panoramic views.
The route you experience stretches from Son Brull to Escorca, and then to Belmond La Residencia, the hotel where you end the day. Belmond La Residencia is surrounded by some of the most dramatic panoramic scenery, including rocky mountain cliffs, lush forest greenery, and the sheer calming beauty of the coastline. You have the opportunity to bike through the village of Fornalutx to the Lake of Panta de Gorg Blau. The ride is rich with unmatched panoramic views, showing off the rugged beauty of the island.
Arrive in Deià, a quaint and small village located on the coast in the Serra de Tramuntana, which forms the northern ridge of Mallorca. Deià is known for its literary and musical residents. The landscape holds an enchanting mixture of orange and olive groves situated atop steep cliffs overlooking the Mediterranean.
Later you are free to have dinner on your one at one of the local restaurants in Deià – ask your leaders for their recommendations.
Today’s Ride: 36 miles with 4,200 feet of climbing
Short Option: 22 miles with 3,000 feet of climbing
Long Option: 41 miles with 5,000 feet of climbing
Start the day with breakfast at the hotel before setting out on a morning ride that is sure to entice excitement. Today you ride along the coast, going through Valldemossa before riding inland toward the village of Esporles.
Valldemossa is recognized for its unusual beauty. The village is surrounded by high mountains clothed in pine and evergreen woodland. Olive, almond, and carob tree groves speckle the landscape amongst tidily cultivated fields complimented by stately country houses referred to as possessions.
Lunch on your own at a local restaurant in the village of Esporles. In the afternoon, you ride further inland. Our route takes you through the local villages, including Puigpunyent and Gallilela.
Before dinner, enjoy a wine tasting at the famous Bodegas Santa Catarina. Offering a world of wines in the midst of gorgeous wine filled nature, the sandstone cellar is a major destination for wine enthusiasts.
Savor a unique dinner at the local hotel, Castell Son Claret. Known for “The Luxury of Silence,” the indulgent hotel lies in scenery that is beyond words. Located at the foot of Serra de Tramuntana, they are one of “The Leading Hotels of The World,” and sure to please.
Today’s Ride: 29 miles with 2,800 feet of climbing
Short Option: 13 miles with 1,400 feet of climbing
Long Option: 36 miles with 3,200 feet of climbing
Your final day is memorable as you start riding toward Andratx, a town with an ancient and rich history. Until recently, it was primarily inhabited by the local Majorcan people. In the 2nd Century BC, Andratx was occupied by the Romans, who called the town Andrachium. The town itself is found in the southwestern corner of the Sierra de Tramontana, the most significant and breathtaking mountains found on the island of Majorca.
After riding through Andratx, you reach the coast for a magnificent ride with breathtaking views. Throughout the morning, you pedal through the village of Estellencs before reaching Banyalbufar.
Banyalbufar borders Estellencs, Puigpunyent, Esporles, and Valldemossa. Points of interests in Banyalbufar include the watchtower, some of the most beautiful walking routes on the island, and gorgeous beaches. The walking route to the Port des Canonge was previously known as a philosophers’ path.
Next, you devote a short time riding toward the hotel for some deserved relaxation. Spend a tranquil afternoon by the pool reflecting on the scenes, smells, and tastes of your trip, or read a book in the park before savoring one last taste of Spain with an unforgettable diner at the hotel restaurant.
Today’s Ride: 38 miles with 4,700 feet of climbing
Short Option: 21 miles with 2,400 feet of climbing
Enjoy breakfast at the hotel Castell Son Claret one last time before meeting up with your trip leaders. From here, a short drive to the Palma de Mallorca Intermodal train station marks the end of the tour and of this unforgettable trip through Mallorca.
We had a wonderful trip. Thank you.
I have to say that this cycling adventure was almost perfect.
1. I loved the hotels
2. I had a great time with your amazing, true professionals, extremely helpful guides
3. I liked the cycling routes
This bicycle tour can’t be a true “5” as I had a few issues with my bike.
Other than that in total I enjoyed my trip.
We had “best of the best” leaders (Martin and Sam). In general this biking tour was a great experience.