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Majorca round trip

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MAL 01
8 days / 7 nights
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On this round trip you will explore the island in a different way. Far away from wild parties and overcrowded beaches you will discover beautiful bays, pristine beaches and charming fishing villages. You are absolutely right on Mallorca's cycle paths if you love the sound of the sea. The mixture of culture, exercise and enjoyment make this holiday on two wheels across Spain's most popular holiday island a special experience.

Typical windmill

Route map Majorca

Day 1: Arrival in Playa de Palma

Arrive on your own.

Overnight in Palma

Day 2: Playa de Palma - Colònia Sant Jordi, approx. 55 km

Your day starts with a welcome and tour information. The first stage leads along the coast to Capocorp Vell, the kingdom of the Cyclopes (remains of the aboriginal dwellings). On the way to the salt pans of Llevant with the pink and white shimmering salt lakes, you will cycle past typical wind turbines. Arrived in Sant Jordi, white sandy beaches with crystal clear water await you.

Overnight in Sant Jordi

Day 3: Colònia Sant Jordi - Porto Cristo/surroundings, approx. 55-65 km

The first thing on today's agenda is the botanical garden, which you can reach via Ses Salines. We continue across the picturesque bay at Cala Santanyia, through small fishing villages to the famous natural bridge "Es Pontas". Marvel at the dragon caves at Porto Cristo with their bizarre images and shapes.

Overnight in Porto Cristo

Day 4: Porto Cristo/surroundings - C'an Picafort, approx. 60 km

Cycle to Manacor via the sleepy village of Son Carrio. Factories here produce the famous Majoricas artificial pearls. Numerous shops offer souvenirs and everyday objects made from handmade ceramics. Then it goes via Petra (here a typical "Mallorcan lunch snack" is prepared for you) and Santa Margalida through one of the most enchanting landscapes of the island to C'an Picafort.

Overnight in Can Picafort

Day 5: Excursion Port de Pollenca/Alcúdia, approx. 40 km

Tonight you stay in C'an Picafort for another night and take a trip via a bird park (S'Albufera nature reserve) to the bay of Pollenca (Roman port). On the coastal path to Alcúdia (oldest town on the island) and back to C'an Picafort.

Overnight stay as the day before.

Day 6: C'an Picafort - Port de Sóller, approx. 50 km + bus transfer

Your first stop is in Sierra de Tramuntana. From here you have a bus transfer to the Lluc monastery (visiting possible) and further at 1200 m above sea level, past the large reservoirs, the water reservoir of Mallorca. The descent by bike leads to Fornalutx (“most beautiful village in Spain”). Enjoy an excellent paella menu (included) in a cozy terrace restaurant. Then you cycle through orange and lemon plantations down to Port de Sóller, one of the most attractive fishing villages on the island.

Overnight in Port de Soller

Day 7: Port de Sóller - Playa de Palma, approx. 55 km

Breathtaking views over the sea await you on your last leg. It goes past the picturesque villages of Deia and Valldemossa and along the rugged west coast with its fascinating landscape towards Palma. Explore the island's capital with its narrow streets and wide squares before taking the cycle path along the sandy beach back to the starting point of the journey.

Overnight in Playa de Palma

Day 8: Departure from Playa de Palma

After breakfast departure on your own.

  • 7 nights including breakfast
  • Personal tour information (DE, EN)
  • Luggage transfer from hotel to hotel
  • Detailed travel documents 1 x per room (DE, EN)
  • 1 transfer over the Tramuntana mountains with a stopover at the Lluc monastery incl. bike
  • 1 Mallorcan lunchtime snack in Petra
  • 1 special paella lunch menu incl. wine (mostly in Fornalutx)
  • GPS data available
  • 7 days service hotline
Price in € per person * Cat II
Double room including breakfast €949
Single room including breakfast €1268

Seasonal prices

From 03.03.2023/30.03.2023 to XNUMX

  • €50,00 surcharge in Cat. II

From 31.03.2023/25.05.2023 to XNUMX

  • €210,00 surcharge in Cat. II

From 26.05.2023/25.06.2023 to XNUMX

  • €350,00 surcharge in Cat. II

From 01.09.2023/28.09.2023 to XNUMX

  • €350,00 surcharge in Cat. II

From 29.09.2023/22.10.2023 to XNUMX

  • €210,00 surcharge in Cat. II

Rental bikes

  • Rental bike with luggage bag - €99,00
  • Electric rental bike with luggage bag - €239,00

Additional services

  • Half board (6x) - €75,00


Note: All prices are per person.

Playa de Palma


Cat II

Double room (DR)

59 EUR

Single room (SR)

108 EUR

Double room (DR) 31.03.-25.05. & 29.09.-22.10.

75 EUR

Single room (SR) 31.03.-25.05. & 29.09.-22.10.

124 EUR

Double room (DR) 26.05.-25.06. & 01.09.-28.09.

99 EUR

Single room (SR) 26.05.-25.06. & 01.09.-28.09.

148 EUR


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travel code
MAL 01

Majorca round trip

8 days
Overnight stays
7 nights
Overnight stays
about 315 km

Every Friday and Sunday from February 10 - June 25 & September 01 - October 22, 2023

Price in € per person * 2023 Cat II
Double room including breakfast €949
Single room including breakfast €1268

Attention: This trip is not suitable for people with reduced mobility.

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Flight: Palma de Mallorca Airport

Accommodation mainly in 4* hotels, in Port de Sóller in 3* hotels

NOT INCLUDED: Cultural tax, bed tax, arrival and departure, transfers, excursions, entrance fees and sightseeing fees, city maps, ferry fees, insurance, tips and personal expenses.

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