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Cycle tourism

Mallorca is often associated with sporting activities like kayaking, snorkelling and caving. However, one of the island’s best-kept secrets are its cycle routes.

The route that links Muro with Sa Pobla allows you to enjoy the countryside as you escape the primary roads and the noise for a few hours. For real enthusiasts, a recommended route is to cycle from Palma de Mallorca to S’Arenal, where you can round off the ride with a dip in the sea.

Another interesting route travels between the Formentor peninsula and Port de Pollença. This route is particularly safe for cyclists as it is closed to cars and motorbikes (from 10:00 a.m. to 7:00 p.m. during July and August).

One of the longest routes links Pollença in the north with Andrach in the south. This trail climbs to over 2,000 metres above sea level and it crosses Puig Major, the highest peak in Mallorca. En route, you can visit villages such as Sóller, Deià and Valldemossa.