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Mallorca Riding Guide . It’s is a cycling mecca for a reason, with roads purpose-built for exploring the Tramuntana mountains and tracks through the rural heartlands to offer every type of riding for the visiting cyclist. This is island cycling paradise.
Andratx & The North Coast The best part of the Mallorca 312 sportive. There may be no big names on this ride, but it’s a not-so-secret hidden gem and one of the best stretches of coast road you will ever set wheels and eyes on.
To the lighthouse. Maybe the pièce de resistance of Mallorcan road engineering. An out-and-back ride like no other, plan it for sunset on the way back for some unforgettable Mallorcan cycling.
Femenia & Sa Batalla. A flowing ride from Pollença that allows you to find your own rhythm despite the hilly terrain. Make sure and stop at the bike-friendly café on Coll de Sa Batalla.
Mallorca Colls & Climbs : Cap de Formentor. Where the Serra de Tramuntana fall into the sea, a road to rival the best in the world takes you to the lighthouse.
Mallorca’s Colls & Climbs : Puig Major. The Island’s highest climb has everything from open switchbacks, to big vistas, to dark tunnels and shimmering reservoirs.
Mallorca Colls & Climbs : Coll de sa Batalla. Gentle slopes, pine tree shade, a perfect surface and cafés top and bottom. Sa Batalla hits the sweetspot.
Mallorca’s Colls & Climbs : Coll de Sóller. One of the main gateways to the mountains and the north coast from Palma, Sóller.
Mallorca’s Colls & Climbs : Coll de Femenia. From Pollença, it’s the introduction to the Tramnuntana, and it makes a great first impression.
Soller & Valldemossa. Escape the city, scale the mountain, savour the scenery. Coll de Sóller delivers a strong challenge in the middle of a great loop starting and finishing in Palma.
Sa Creu & Galilea. A short sharp loop from Palma city that quickly gets you onto quiet roads. A staff pick from the Palma store.
Coll de Femenia & Sa Calobra. The jewel in the crown of Mallorcan cycling. Ride the ridgelines of the Tramuntana mountains and plunge down to the sea before tackling one of the Island’s toughest tests.