Majorca offers some of the most impressive, demanding and also leisurely rides that makes the island a popular destination right through from amateur to professional cyclist. Most (including the SKY Cycle Team) base themselves in the north of the island during their stay … and with good reason:
With easy access to the Serra de Tramuntana range of mountains, the popular ride to Cap de Formentor – the most northern point on the island or the Lluc monastery north of old town Pollensa offer challenging rides with fantastic scenery– and the flatter routes going south to Sa Pobla towards Sant Llorenç des Cardassar, the north is the perfect base. There are routes for all abilities.
There are a number of cycle hire shops in the Puerto with equipment ranging from the basic right up to professional road bikes. In the past we have used Pollenca Cycles https://www.pollensacycling.com/ however in recent years numerous cycle hire shops have opened up.
There are also cycle shuttle buses which enable you to explore other areas of the island. https://mallorcacycleshuttle.co.uk/ and https://www.mallorcaholidaytransfers.com/mallorca-cycle-shuttle/
Mountain bike hire is also available and there are numerous trails within the Tramuntana mountain range.
Available for hire – windsurfers, sailing boats, pedalos, hobby cats, fishing boats, waterskiing, scuba diving, motor cruisers, etc.
For the less energetic, a stroll around the marina
Courts bookable at the Illa d'Or Hotel 200m away
Health/Beauty Spa at the Illa d'Or Hotel
18 hole course, 5 miles inland is located close to Pollensa town. Around the bay is the stunning course at Alcanada golf club located close to Alcudia.
Horse-riding, walking, bird-watching, go-karting and a highly renowned area for cycling.