Mallorca is the largest of the Balearic Islands. The island’s coastline is 5,500 km. Mallorca is a paradise for bicycle enthusiasts. It is almost impossible to find a more beautiful and varied cycling terrain in Europe.
You will find everything, from completely flat routes, to the most challenging climbs. Cycling in Mallorca is like dining in a four-star Michelin restaurant, where only the best is good enough.
We ride on small roads with light traffic. The routes are as scenic, safe and sunny. Most of the climbs on Mallorca are about 4-8 km long, with an average incline of 4-7%, which makes the island a perfect cycling destination.
The sun shines on average 286 days a year on Mallorca. In late March and early April, the daytime temperature creeps up to 20 degrees Celsius (68 degrees Fahrenheit). This, combined with the low rainfall, makes Mallorca the perfect place to begin your cycling season.
It’s very safe to ride a bike on Mallorca. All local drivers are aware of cyclists, and keep a good distance. There are very few accidents involving bicycles, in spite of how many cyclists visit the island each year.