Mallorca attracts 150,000 cyclists every year thanks to its warm climate and, above all, to the variety of routes available to enjoy the relief and landscapes of the island. Likewise, this relief allows routes to be adapted for different types of level: from the alpine level of Tramuntana Mountains to the Albufera Natural Park or Formentor Cape. In total, more than 700 km of secondary roads are ideal for cycling.
Palma - Santa Ponsa route: starting from the capital, it is a simple route of 50 km around Palma to Cala Mayor.
Alaró - Orient - Bunyola route: a simple path where you will enjoy east and one of the most beautiful landscapes on the island.
Muro Beach - Formentor route: of medium difficulty, it offers a final panoramic view from Sa Talaia d'Albercutx that will leave you speechless
Sóller Port Route - Sa Calobra: one of the densest on the island with more than 2,000 meters of difference in altitude. However, it offers several sections where you can rest and recover.
For those who are more professional, the Mallorca Cycling Challenge is held at the end of January, where athletes such as Alejandro Valverde participate