It’s all about the Bike

When you want to get away from everything except the bike and fuel your passion for the sport…
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Based just 15 minutes from Pollensa and Alcudia, where many of the professional teams come for their early season training camps, we host bespoke cycling holidays & breaks. All the classic climbs on the Island including Sa Calobra, Cap Formentor, Puig Major, LLuc, Orient, Soller, can be started from the villa. Mallorca has invested heavily in being the destination of choice for cyclists looking for a great holiday and training destination.

Our It’s all about the Bike holidays and breaks are about making the most of your time with us on the bike; they feature bespoked routes and training programs – they are centred around you and your bike, the smooth open roads, fabulous terrain, breath-taking views and ascents to make your impossible, possible.

Our Villa is well-equipped for our cycling guests with secure bike storage, tools for bike assembly/building, maintenance and repairs as well as laundry facilities, including overnight kit washes. There is also a great local bike shop near by.

Ready to go out on the roads

A typical itinerary - 7-Days

DAY 1 – Arrival – usually with us by lunchtime

It’s time to unpack, and set the bikes up – Light lunch/refreshments

Set out for a spin to loosen the legs off – Puig de Santa Magdalena (7% climb ) – the locals train on this Puig -a view of the island awaits at the summit (about 2 hours)

DAY 2 – Cap de Formentor – Distance – 100km Climbing 1,894m

The route takes in Sa Pobla/Port Alcuida/Alcuida/Puerto Pollensa onto the Cap. A steady climb to the Mirador Es Colomer and on past Cala Figuera, onto the iconic descent to the lighthouse at Cap Formentor. The return will take in a short climb to Talaia d’Albercutx for fantastic view along the eastern coastline of the island. Return via Pollensa (old town) and back through Campanet down to the villa.

DAY 3 – Alaro/Orient – Distance – 94.3km Climbing 1,202m

Campanet, Moscari, Selva, Inca, Lloseta onto MA210 Alaro pass Bodegas Castell Miguel MA2100 past S’Oliveret – Hotel Hermitage through Orient onto the Coll D’Orient onto the Coll d’Honor into Bunyola onto Santa Maria del Cami, Sencelles, Costitx to LLubi – Muro, Pobla – Home (with Sineu a possibility)

DAY 4 – Soller/Valdemossa – Distance – 114.3km Climbing 2,063m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, up the prettiest climb on the island to Coll de Sa Batalla past Lluc monastery past the junction to Sa Calobra past the Gorg Blau reservoir past Cuber underneath Puig Major until the Mirador MA 10 before the 10km descent into Soller. Soller MA10 to Llucalcari onto S’Empeltada, Deia, down to Valledemossa to S’Esgleieta onto Palmanyola across the MA11 to Santa Maria del Cami, Consell, Binnisalem, Inca – home

DAY 5 – Capdepera – Distance 129.7 km Climbing 1,253m

Buger, Muro, Can Picafort, Son Serra de Marina, Arta, Capdepera, Son Servera, Sant Llorenc des Cardassar, (Manacor), Petra, Santa Margalida, Llubi, Buger

DAY 6 – Sa Calobra – Distance 72km Climbing 1,877m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, up the prettiest climb on the island to Coll de Sa Batalla past Lluc monastery from there down to the world famous Port de Sa Calobra one of the classic climbs on the island.

DAY 7 – depending on times of departure, we can either stay reasonably local or venture further afield

Distance 60.2km Climbing 1,082m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, Coll de Sa Batalla, Pollensa, Campanet, Buger

A typical itinerary - 4-Days

DAY 1 – Arrival – usually with us by lunchtime – Light lunch/refreshments

Set out for a spin to loosen the legs off – Puig de Santa Magdalena (7% climb ) – the locals train on this Puig -a view of the island awaits at the summit (2 hours)

DAY 2 – Cap de Formentor – Distance – 100km Climbing 1,894m

The route takes in Sa Pobla/Port Alcuida/Alcuida/Puerto Pollensa onto the Cap. A steady climb to the Mirador Es Colomer and on past Cala Figuera, onto the iconic descent to the lighthouse at Cap Formentor. The return will take in a short climb to Talaia d’Albercutx for fantastic view along the eastern coastline of the island. Return via Pollensa (old town) and back through Campanet down to the villa.

DAY 3 – Sa Calobra – Distance 72km Climbing 1,877m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, up the prettiest climb on the island to Coll de Sa Batalla past Lluc monastery from there down to the world famous Port de Sa Calobra one of the classic climbs on the island.

or – Soller/Valdemossa – Distance – 114.3km Climbing 2,063m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, to Coll de Sa Batalla past Lluc monastery past the junction to Sa Calobra past the Gorg Blau reservoir past Cuber underneath Puig Major until the Mirador MA 10 before the 10km descent into Soller. Soller MA10 to Llucalcari onto S’Empeltada, Deia, down to Valledemossa to S’Esgleieta onto Palmanyola across the MA11 to Santa Maria del Cami, Consell, Binnisalem, Inca – home

DAY4 – depending on times of departure, we can either stay reasonably local or venture further afield

Distance 60.2km Climbing 1,082m

Campanet Moscari, Selva, Caimari, Coll de Sa Batalla, Pollensa, Campanet, Buger

Bikes and Clothing

If you don’t wish to bring your own bike, and want to hire a bike, we have a small fleet of excellent CEEPO road bikes available which we maintain in-house. We have different sizes available (subject to availability) including small, medium, large and extra large. Please let us know your preference/s and we can get the bike/s ready for your arrival, alternatively we can help you to arrange bike hire on the Island.

We have our own range of cycle clothing – Jerseys, Bibs, Shorts and Gilets are available at a special guest price in both men’s and ladies’ sizes.

Choose from our range of Mallorca cycling holidays below, or for more information please contact us. Give us call (+44 (0) 7771 995 669 or + 34 635 297 518), drop us an email (contact@bespokedholidays.com) or fill in booking enquiry here