Mallorca 312 Weekend

Two days of guided warm-up riding the best tarmac Mallorca has to offer before tackling the 312.

Cycling in Mallorca offers a fantastic mixture of rolling roads and stunning Mountain climbs including the world famous Sa Calobra as ridden by Tour de France Winner, Bradley Wiggins.

Mallorca’s all year round warm climate and smooth tarmac makes it the perfect destination for every cyclist.

Your weekend includes:

  • Two days fully supported and hosted riding to prepare you for the 312 amongst the best roads Mallorca has to offer including Sa Calobra and Puig Major
  • Airport transfers
  • Three nights accommodation in a friendly, well-located hotel
  • Cycle friendly breakfasts every morning
  • Evening buffet with a great selection of food every night
  • Local support to organise bike hire

Please note: Race entry not included

Need To Know

Forget complex planning, we’ve taken care of all the details to maximise your time away - you just need to turn up and be epic. Expect:

  • A unique, handcrafted mini adventure
  • Expert local guides and hosts
  • A hassle-free, all-inclusive package
  • Best price guaranteed
  • Bragging rights in the office on Monday
  • A charity donation made by us via our Foundation.

The Mallorca 312 is a 312km road cycling sportive taking place on the island every April. 2017’s revised edition features completely closed roads, 5,050m of elevation gain and 6,500 other cyclists to help and encourage you. Entries to the event are not included as part of this package.

This trip is aimed at fit cyclists taking part in the 312 Sportive. Each day’s riding is tailored to fit the group’s ability and what you are looking to achieve but is flexible enough to allow a range of abilities to enjoy the rides. No matter your cycling level you will never have to push yourself more than you’re comfortable with.

The minimum group size for this trip to run is 6. The maximum group size can be up to 30 - we may have three groups running on the same weekend.

Most our trips sell out fast but in the unlikely event that there aren’t enough riders to make up a group of 6 the trip may not go ahead. We will give you the option to pay more to ensure the trip goes ahead, offer alternative dates, or offer a full refund.

Yes! It’s a great way to meet new like-minded people. You may be sharing a room with another solo traveller. If you want a room all to yourself, there will be a single supplement of £99 to pay.

Sure thing, we’ll recommend using Pro Bike Hire Mallorca which is opposite the hotel. Bike hire is roughly €20 per day depending on spec.

Definitely. You will have access to secure bike storage and a maintenance area in the hotel. You’ll need to organise this separately with your airline. Let us know that you plan to do this when you make your booking.

The weather in Mallorca in is warm all year round. However, in the early months of the year, it can be a bit fresh at the beginning of the day so we recommend that you pack arm and knee warmers and a rain jacket. From April onwards expect blue skies and sunshine unless you are very unlucky.

The meals are very cycling friendly, with hot and cold options on a buffet menu - you definitely won’t go hungry!

Mallorca is a cycling Mecca, and as such the roads here are superbly well maintained. This trip is designed to explore the very best routes that Mallorca has to offer so you can rest assured no potholes will ruin your weekend!

We recommend that you book onto one of the morning or early afternoon flights to Palma Mallorca. For the return, we recommend an evening flight to make the most of your time here! The hotel is approximately 30-40 minutes away. For extra financial protection against unforeseen circumstances, such as erupting Icelandic Volcanoes, we recommend you book your flights using a Credit Card.

To maximise convenience we include as much as possible in the travel and logistics for the trip, so you just need to turn up and play. In this trip:

  • 3-nights accommodation on a half board basis
  • Experienced lead cycling host
  • Welcome pack

You will need to book your flights, insurance, bike hire (~€20/day) buy lunches and coffee at any local restaurants we stop at along the way each day.

Yes, owing to availability that’s no problem, please enquire if this is of interest for a fresh quote for this.


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Mallorca needs no introduction for cyclists - it is the favoured training spot for pro-riders for a reason. Featuring the iconic Sa Calobra climb this will be a weekend to remember.

From July 1st, 2016 on, the Tax for Sustainable Tourism is levied on all overnight stays in tourist accommodations on the Balearic Islands. Thanks to your contribution, we will be able to make major investments to compensate the territorial and environmental impact of tourism

What to Expect

The Weekend Plan

Escape the city for Mallorca and experience the best that this beautiful Balearic island has to offer on two wheels and take part in the Mallorca 312 sportive on closed roads.

This weekend is thoughtfully designed to get you riding some of the most famous and scenic routes in Mallorca, with expert local hosts. Everything is taken care of by your hosts, so you just need to focus on the riding. All rides are full days out on the bikes, with a few stops for good coffee and lunch with the main feature being the sportive on the Saturday.

Entries for the Mallorca 312km, 228km or 167km will need to be done by the individual and entry fee is NOT included in this package.

Day 1 - Thursday. Arrive and get set.

  • Arrive in Mallorca and head up to the hotel.
  • Set up your bikes or collect your bike from the nearby bike rental shop
  • Head out for a 40km spin to get acclimatised.
  • Enjoy your first buffet dinner from ~7.00pm before turning in for a good night’s sleep ahead of an active day.

Day 2 - Friday. Warm up ride.

Riding: 65km spin with 1000m of climbing via the coll de sa batalla.

  • Enjoy a big fresh breakfast and get ready for a warm-up day in the saddle.
  • Return to base and relax on the sun terrace, with the option of a night cap in town.

Day 3 - Saturday. 312km, 228km, 167km

  • Time to put all that training to good use!
  • Afterwards, unwind and relax in the hotel.

Day 4 - Sunday. Last ride and head home.

Riding: 50km and 1250m of climbing.

  • After a final breakfast, we will head to the lighthouse - as seen on BBC’s Night Manager, for any Hiddlestonians out there.
  • Ride up and down the coastline - some of the smoothest tarmac around - stop for coffee at the lighthouse and roll back.
  • When you have finished this last ride you’ll pack up your bikes and make your way to the airport for your flight home.

Routes may vary slightly on the day depending on the weather and ability of the group.


You will be based in the 4-star Fergus hotel in Puerto Pollenca or Galeon Suites hotel. Both are based in greats spot just 5-minutes walk from the beach, bars, and shops.

Fergus Style Pollensa Park Spa was designed to for comfort and relaxation. Galeon Suites offers guests a relaxing stay in 14 exclusive suites designed for all kinds of travellers and needs.

Both hotels are situated in Puerto Pollensa on the North of the island, giving you easy access to local nature, the beach, leisure areas, shops and culture on the shores of the Mediterranean.

Puerto Pollensa is only 35-40 minutes from the airport.