NANO bicycles - Mallorca cycling routes

We would like to offer you some tips about bike tours in Mallorca. Here you will find cycling routes in Mallorca with free download to your mobile, Garmin or GPS device. Get set your cycling holidays before departure with this complete guide about Mallorca cycling tours. 

Mallorca cycling route 1: Soller - Sa Calobra

The famous Sa Calobra ride

  • Distance: approx 136km
  • Stimated time cycling: 7h 22min
  • Up: 2.680m
  • Down: 2.680m
  • Free download (GPX - Garmin)
  • Free download (KMZ - Phone)
  • Tip from a local guide: Don't miss the landscape in Sa Calobra beach.

Mallorca cycling route 2: Randa

Randa and Santuari de Cura ride

  • Distance: approx 101km
  • Stimated time cycling: 5h 02min
  • Up: 930m
  • Down: 930m
  • Free download (GPX - Garmin)
  • Free download (KMZ - Phone)
  • Tip from a local guide: Enjoy the views at the top of Santuari de Cura.


Mallorca cycling route 3: Banyalbufar

Banyalbufar and Tramuntana west cost ride

  • Distance: approx 92.6km
  • Stimated time cycling: 4h 45min
  • Up: 1.560m
  • Down: 1.560m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Sea views from Banyalbufar are amazing.

 Mallorca cycling route 4: Binissalem / Santa Eugenia

A mostly flat ride in the center of Mallorca

  • Distance: approx 89.4km
  • Stimated time cycling: 3h 46min
  • Up: 510m
  • Down: 510m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Stop for a Pamboli in Lloret.


Mallorca cycling route 5: Valldemossa / Soller

Top visited Tramuntana villages ride

  • Distance: approx 80.9km
  • Stimated time cycling: 4h 04min
  • Up: 1.230m
  • Down: 1.230m
  • Free download (GPX - Garmin)
  • Free download (KMZ - Phone)
  • Tip from a local guide: Snack in Valldemossa: Coca de Patata.

 Mallorca cycling route 6: Coll de sa Creu

Coll de sa Creu ride, nearest climb to Palma center

  • Distance: approx 60.8km
  • Stimated time cycling: 3h 13min
  • Up: 1.100m
  • Down: 1.100m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Coll de sa Creu is one of the most quiet roads in Mallorca but not on Sundays.

Mallorca cycling route 7: Orient / Alaro

Alaro hills and landscape ride

  • Distance: approx 59.5km
  • Stimated time cycling: 2h 48min
  • Up: 740m
  • Down: 740m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Visit the Alaro Castle and have lunch in Es Verger.

 Mallorca cycling route 8: Esporles / Valldemossa

Middle level Tramuntana hills ride

  • Distance: approx 57.9km
  • Stimated time cycling: 2h 54min
  • Up: 890m
  • Down: 890m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Most quiet roads in Mallorca on Sundays.


Mallorca cycling route 9: Paguera

Easy level Mallorca ride

  • Distance: approx 46.7km
  • Stimated time cycling: 2h 06min
  • Up: 460m
  • Down: 460m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Puerto Portals is one of the coolest areas to have a drink.


Mallorca cycling route 10: Esporles / Puigpunyent

Tramuntana hills for beginners ride

  • Distance: approx 20.5km
  • Stimated time cycling: 2h 02min
  • Up: 580m
  • Down: 580m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: Take a break at local bars in Puigpunyent, you will find a lot of cycling friends.


Mallorca cycling route 11: Palma coast line

Bonus ride - Warming up in Palma bicycle line

  • Distance: approx 26.3km
  • Stimated time cycling: 1h 12min
  • Up: 100m
  • Down: 100m
  • Free download (coming soon!)
  • Tip from a local guide: If you feel like doing more exercise, you can extend the route straight to Cala Pi.

All these routes have been designed by NANO bicycles Team according to our experience cycling in Mallorca.

Cycling in Mallorca has become increasingly popular in recent years, attracting cyclists from all over the world. With its diverse landscapes, well-maintained roads, and pleasant climate, Mallorca offers a fantastic cycling experience for both amateurs and professional riders. Here's why Mallorca is a paradise for cyclists:

  • Scenic Routes: Mallorca boasts a stunning natural beauty that can be best appreciated on two wheels. The island offers a variety of cycling routes, from coastal roads with breathtaking sea views to challenging mountain ascents through the Serra de Tramuntana, a UNESCO World Heritage site. Riders can enjoy winding roads, picturesque countryside, and charming villages along the way.
  • Well-Maintained Roads: Mallorca's road infrastructure is known for its excellent condition, making it ideal for cycling. The island's network of roads is well-maintained, with smooth surfaces and clear signage. Cyclists can expect a safe and enjoyable riding experience, whether they prefer quiet country roads or more challenging mountain passes.
  • Varied Terrain: Mallorca caters to cyclists of all levels, thanks to its diverse terrain. The island offers flat coastal routes for leisurely rides, rolling hills for moderate challenges, and mountainous terrain for experienced riders seeking more demanding climbs. The Serra de Tramuntana, with its iconic mountain passes like Sa Calobra and Puig Major, attracts avid cyclists looking for a thrilling challenge.
  • Cycling Infrastructure: Mallorca has invested in cycling infrastructure, providing amenities and services specifically for cyclists. Bike rental shops such as NANO bicycles, offer a wide range of high-quality road bikes and equipment. There are also numerous cycling-friendly hotels that cater to the needs of riders, providing secure bike storage and repair facilities.
  • Proximity and Accessibility: Mallorca's international airport is well-connected to major cities in Europe, making it easily accessible for cyclists traveling with their bikes. Once on the island, cyclists can quickly reach their desired starting point for rides, as Mallorca's compact size allows for convenient access to various cycling routes.
  • Cycling Events and Training Camps: Mallorca has become a popular destination for cycling events and training camps. Numerous professional teams and amateur groups choose the island as their training base due to its favorable weather conditions and excellent training routes. Additionally, Mallorca hosts several annual cycling events, including the Mallorca 312 Gran Fondo, attracting cyclists from around the world.
  • Cycling Culture and Support: Mallorca has embraced its reputation as a cycling destination, creating a supportive cycling culture. Local drivers are generally accustomed to sharing the road with cyclists, and the island has implemented initiatives to raise awareness about cycling safety. There are also cycling clubs and groups that welcome riders of all levels, providing opportunities for socializing and joining group rides.

Before embarking on a cycling adventure in Mallorca, it's essential to check local regulations and safety guidelines, wear appropriate safety gear, and respect traffic rules. Additionally, it's advisable to carry sufficient water, snacks, and a map or GPS device to ensure a smooth and enjoyable ride.
Whether you're seeking breathtaking landscapes, challenging climbs, or a leisurely cycling experience, Mallorca offers an incredible setting for cyclists to explore and enjoy the island's beauty on two wheels.