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Ultimate Luxury Mallorca Cycling Week

Cycling’s ultimate experience on two wheels…

Experience Mallorca with a touch of indulgence. Staying at the spectacular Jumeriah and spa built on a cliff overlooking the fishing village of Port Soller. Surrounded by the Tramuntana mountain range you will be spoilt with some of the best cycling Mallorca has to offer.

  • 5 star hotel in based on the cliffs overlooking the stunning Port Soller and Tramuntana Mountains
  • Professional cycling team style coach pick up
  • Luxury musette hamper including the following; Custom Jersey, water bottles, Inner tubes
  • Nutritional supplies and your very own personalised Mallorcan wine.
  • Daily massage from our team masseur
  • Vehicle support
  • Top of the range bike hire and deep section wheel hire
  • Additional Private jet option
  • Half board hotel
  • Mallorca —Sóller
  • Activity Type
    • With guide
    • Fixed base
  • Groups up to 30
  • Features
    • Bar
    • Ensuite rooms
    • Indoor pool
    • Outdoor pool
    • Restaurant
    • Sauna
    • Steam
    • Terrace
    • Wifi


The Week Plan

Escape the city for Mallorca and experience the best that this beautiful Balearic island has to offer on two wheels.

This week is thoughtfully designed to get you riding some of the most famous and scenic routes in Mallorca, with expert local hosts and vehicle support. 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.

Day 1: Arrive and get set

  • Bikes set up by our team whilst you relax with a fresh coffee and a selection of pastries
  • Spin the legs around the port and enjoy a beer on the seafront
  • Enjoy your first buffet dinner from 7.00pm before turning in for a good night’s sleep ahead of an active day

Day 2 - Ride to Caimari

Riding: 100km with 2,500m of climbing

  • Enjoy a big fresh breakfast and get ready for a day on the saddle
  • You’ll ride up to the village of Caimari, via the Coll de Fememia, stopping at Ruta Verda for a lovely coffee at the foot of the mountains
  • Climb the Coll Sa batalla and descend the Puig major on super smooth tarmac
  • Return to base and relax on the sun terrace, with the option of a night cap in town

Day 3 Ride west coast and stop in the port of Andratx

Riding: 135km and 3,500m of climbing

  • Head along the stunning west coastline of the Tramuntana mountains heading down to port of Andratx stopping for a cold drink looking out on to the sea
  • Ride the rolling roads via the soft gradient of the subida a galilea desde capdella
  • Climb the Coll Soller from the south side and then descend 8km back in to the port

Day 4 Ride to Port Valldemossa

Riding: 60km and 1,500m of climbing

  • Slightly easier day with an out and back to the gorgeous port of Valldemossa Ride up and down the coastline enjoying the coastal town of Deia
  • Just ride at your own pace spinning the legs

Day 5 Ride to Sa Calobra

Riding: 80km and 2,700m of climbing

  • You’ll set off after breakfast and ride to the world-famous Sa Calobra - like a piece of spaghetti thrown on the mountain, this climb does not disappoint
  • Before tackling the beast you will climb the Puig Major (14km) to the highest point on the island (854m).
  • Steady ride taking in the breath taking scenes of the Tramuntana mountain range

Day 6 Ride the Orient

Riding: 90km and 2,000m of climbing

  • Descend out Valldemossa which can only be described as exquisite
  • Climb your way through the Orient Valley absorbing the beautiful surroundings
  • Climbs the Soller one last time to head in to the port to toast a beer for a great week of riding

Day 7 Day off

  • Enjoy a walk around the port and pick up any last minute presents.
  • Relax and recover
  • Pack the bikes
  • Transfer back to Palma

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


Built on a cliff overlooking the fishing village of Port Soller and surrounded by the Tramuntana mountain range, the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa promises a true escape - even appearing to float between the sky and the sea.

This intimate luxury hotel in Mallorca houses a selection of 121 airy sea or mountain facing rooms and suites, spread across 11 buildings connected by wonderful scented gardens. You’ll enjoy access to your own private balcony or terrace at our top hotel in Mallorca so you can enjoy the picture postcard view at your leisure.

The warm Mediterranean climate and the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel’s glorious natural setting make this luxury hotel in Mallorca the ideal place for al fresco dining. You have a choice of three restaurants and two bars serving Spanish delicacies, while the luxurious Talise Spa, state-of-the-art gym, two swimming pools and a spacious ballroom provide more ways to spend your time with us.

A world away from the stresses of modern life, Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa in Mallorca is just a 25-minute car transfer from Palma International Airport.


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 week to remember.

Eastern Serra de Tramuntana:

The Eastern Serra de Tramuntana contains the highest peaks in Mallorca, the radar station at the top of the Puig Major tops out at 1,445m. Although the mountain pass cuts through a tunnel lower down at 854m. The Eastern Serra is also where you’ll find Sa Colobra, the legendary climb/descent that leads to a fishing village of the same name. Inca is the largest town in the Eastern Serra and the second largest on the Island. Most of the population (and hotels) lie in the foothills of the mountains. Sóller is a beautiful old Spanish town that gained its wealth through the citrus trade. Its boasts a wide range of accommodations and restaurants. There is also a tourist train that runs from the centre of Palma to Sóller.

As you might imagine the main draw to the Eastern Serra is the climbing. Particularly the ascents of the Puig Major and Sa Colobra. The MA-10 road runs through the spine of the Eastern Serra and connects Sóller and Pollença. Its a beautiful ride, with panoramas of the mountains and the Mediterranean.

Western Serra de Tramuntana:

The Western half of the Serra de Tramuntana runs from Sóller to Andratx. Whilst not as high as the Eastern half of the range, peaks are aplenty and the Western Serra contains some of the most enchanting villages and towns on the island. Add to this the ease of access to Palma and the airport and the Western Serra is a great choice for cyclists. Port d’Andratx is where the rich and famous come to rub shoulders and show off their yachts. Valldemossa and Deià are old settlements nestled in the hills, the former famous for its Charterhouse and the latter as an artists getaway. A great area to rent a villa away from it all.

Another area for the keen climber. The climbs of the Western Serra are much quieter (motor and cycle traffic) than the Eastern Serra. The MA-10 road hugs the coast and runs the length of the Western Serra and offers some magical riding.

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


Why book with Much Better Adventures?

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

How fit do I need to be?

This trip is aimed at regular cyclists looking for a challenge. 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.

How many people in a group?

The minimum group size for this trip to run is 10. The maximum group size can be up to 30 - we may have three groups running on the same week.

What dates can I join?

Due to popular demand we have a number of dates running for this trip in the peak cycling season.

What happens if there aren't enough cyclists?

Most our trips sell out fast but in the unlikely event that there aren’t enough riders to make up a group of 10 the trip may not go ahead. We will give you the option to move to alternative dates, or offer a full refund.

Can I come on my own?

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.

Can I hire a bike?

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.

Can I bring my own bike?

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.

What’s the weather like?

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.

What's the food like?

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

What are the roads like?

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!

Which flights should I book?

Feel free to book any flight on the Saturday. We recommend a morning flight on the way out and an early evening flight back.

For extra financial protection against unforeseen circumstances, such as erupting Icelandic Volcanoes, we recommend you book your flights using a Credit Card.

What's does the price include?

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:

  • 7-nights accommodation on a half board basis
  • Experienced, lead cycling host
  • Local assistance to arrange bike hire

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

Can I extend the trip?

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