Majorca Loop Tour

Sunday 06 Oct 2019 - Sunday 27 Oct 2019Palma, MajorcaAverage daily distance 34 miles
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This 8 day self-guided tour takes you on a picturesque trip across the beautiful island of Majorca. Explore its bays of turquoise water and fine white sands, its sunlit hills and hidden valleys, its farmlands filled with orchards of almond trees. Accommodation is in 3 and 4 star hotels. Please click here to watch a short video taster of the Majorca Loop tour.

Each tour starts on a FRIDAY or a SUNDAY

Low Season - arrivals: Feb 17th - Mar 7th / Oct 18th - 27th
Mid Season - arrivals: Mar 8th - Apr 4th / Sep 27th - Oct 17th
High Season - arrivals: April 12th - June 23rd
Peak Season - arrivals: Sept 1st - 26th

The different stages are easy to moderate in difficulty. You will cycle on cycle paths, side roads and mainly on tarmac farm roads, avoiding traffic as much as possible.

Bike Events offer this holiday in conjunction with our partners Eurobike. The cost of the holiday does NOT include flights, which must be self-booked. PLEASE DO NOT BOOK FLIGHTS UNTIL YOU HAVE RECEIVED EMAIL CONFIRMATION OF YOUR BOOKING FROM BIKE EVENTS.
Bike Events is not liable in the circumstance of travel arrangements made prior to receiving confirmation.

Please note that this cycling holiday, is SELF-GUIDED and that that there is NO ACCOMPANYING TOUR GUIDE. The route is signed, with route notes and map provided along with luggage transfers between hotels.

EMAIL us to check availability making sure to include your chosen arrival date, or call us on 0117 989 7080.

* Almond blossom time - itinerary may change!
*** except Port Soller B&B only

'I had THE most wonderful time even though I'm not a road cyclist. Hotels were excellent, one blew me away. First - the intro day was hilly. Routes were mainly rural and bike routes . There were some navigational issues but I averaged 30-35 miles per day in 25-30 degrees, I set the pace and could stop when and where I wanted to admire the view - the countryside was glorious.' Jane Leigh

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Ride Details

Basic Trip Cost

Low Season: £720.00 / Mid Season : £765.00 / High Season: £855.00 / Peak Season: £880.00


Half board in 3 and 4 star hotel accommodation, except in Port de Soller B&B only (arrival hotel may be of a lower category)
Breakfast Buffet
6 x half board with buffet (B&B only in Port de Soller)
All luggage transfers
Signed route and maps
Transfer across the Tramuntana mountains with a stop at the Lluc monastry including your bike
Trip with the nostalgic 'Red Thunderbolt' from Soller to Palma
Majorca lunch snack in Petra
Special paella lunch (usually in Fornalutx)
City tour of Palma
7-day service hotline
GPS data

Price per person based on double room - single room surcharge £215
Taxi transfer to arrival hotel approx €25 payable on the day


Palma, Majorca


Palma, Majorca


Average daily distance 34 miles

Challenge Rating


Start Times


Bike hire (21-gear hybrid) - £80
Electric Bike - £165
Single room surcharge £215

Additional nights (double / single / full or half board) available on request.

Route Details

Day 1: Arrival in Playa de Palma
From the airport take a taxi to your arrival hotel (confirmed nearer the time) approx. 10 km.

Day 2: Playa de Palma – Colònia Sant Jordi approx. 55 km
After a welcome briefing, tour information and distribution of the rental bicycles, the first day's ride follows the coast to Capocorp Vell, passing the Realm of the Cyclops (remainders of ancient settlements). Traditional Majorcan windmills line the road to the salt fields of Llevant with its pink and white shimmering salt lakes. Arriving at Sant Jordi you're welcomed by sandy beaches and crystal clear water.

Day 3: Colònia Sant Jordi – Porto Cristo/surrounding approx. 55 km
Today's route leads via Ses Salines to 'Botanicactus', one of Europe's largest botanical gardens. Visiting the picturesque bay of Cala Santanyi, you will then ride through fishing villages to the famous natural "Es Pontas" bridge to Porto Cristo and the bizarre rock formations of the Dragon Caves.

Day 4: Porto Cristo/surrounding – C’an Picafort approx. 60 km
A fabulous day cycling through sleepy hamlets to Manacor - the city famous for its beads and pottery. Your journey will then take you through Petra (a typical Majorcan lunch snack will be prepared) and Santa Margalida to C'an Picafort.

Day 5: Port de Pollenca/Alcúdia approx. 45 km
No need to pack the suitcase today as you will stay another night in C'an Picafort. Follow a circular route through the nature reseve at S'Albufera, to the bay of Pollenca (originally a Roman harbour). Later, continue further along the coast until you reach Alcúdia (the oldest town of the island) before heading back to C’an Picafort.

Day 6: C’an Picafort – Port de Sóller*** approx. 50 km + bus transfer
Via Muro and Inca, you'll cycle through the island's interior to the beautiful mountains of the Sierra de Tramuntana. After a bus transfer through the Tramuntana Mountains to the monastery at Lluc (sightseeing possible) you will ascend to 1200 m above sea level, and then enjoy a beautiful descent via Fornalutx (known as one of 'the most beautiful fishing villages of Spain') to Port de Soller. Here, you will be served a Paella dinner, (already included in the tour price!).

Day 7: Port de Sóller – Playa de Palma approx. 10 km + train transfer
Using the old-fashioned 'Red Thunderbolt' train you'll travel through the Valley of Oranges ( the picking of fruit during the ride is prohibited!) down to the capital, Palma. Afterwards you'll join a guided sightseeing tour of the beautiful old town. Then it's time to cycle the last few kilometres along the coast to the final hotel stop in Playa de Palma.

Day 8: Departure from Palma or extension of trip!

Other Info

Various airlines including Easyjet, BMI, Ryanair, Thomas Cook and Thompson operate return flights to Majorca from many major UK airports. Please contact them direct for details. Links below:
Ryan Air

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Ride Gradings

Suitable for anyone who enjoys a reasonably active life. The pace is gentle and the terrain flat to undulating. Distances no more than 30 miles (50km).

Suitable for those with slightly more cycling experience. the terrain can be a little hillier than grade 1.5 and distances up to 45 miles (70km).

For the regular and reasonably fit cyclist. The terrain may include some challenging hills and distances up to 75 miles (110km).

These routes require a good level of fitness and stamina and feature challenging inclines and/or a longer time in the saddle. Distances can be up to 100 miles (160km).

Getting here by car

Getting here by train

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