Day 1: Blava – Puig d´en Ros. Individual arrival. From the airport by taxi (approximately EUR 20) to the first hotel in Cala Blava – Puig d´en Ros, which is approximately 10 km from the airport.
Day 2: Cala Blava – San Jordi (approximately 50 km/31 miles). This stage follows the coast to Capocorp Vell, residence of the Cyclopes (remainders of settlements of natives). Typical wind mills seam the road to the salt fields of Llevant with the rose-white shimmering salt lakes. In San Jordi, sandy beaches with crystal clear water welcome you.
Day 3: San Jordi – Porto Cristo (approximately 60 km/38 miles). Via Ses Salines to a botanical garden. Visit of the picturesque bay of Cala Santanyi. Cycling through little fisher villages to the famous natural bridge “Es Pontas”. Near Porto Cristo the Dragon Caves impress with bizarre pictures and rock formations.
Day 4: Porto Cristo – C'an Picafort (approximately 55km/34 miles). Through the sleepy village Son Carrio to Manacor, the city of Majoricas-Pearls and ceramics. Via Santa Margerita (“most beautiful village square of Majorca”) you cycle through delightful scenery to C'an Picafort.
Day 5: Puerto Pollensa/Alcudia (approximately 45km/28 miles). No need to pack the suitcase, you will stay another night in C'an Picafort. Today you cycle through a bird sanctuary to the bay of Pollenca (Roman harbor). Along the coast to Alcudia (oldest town of the island) and back to C'an Picafort.
Day 6: C'an Picafort – Porto Soller (approximately 45 km/28 miles, bus transfer). Via Muro and Inca you cycle into the interior to the mountains of the Sierra. Bus transfer to the monastery Lluc (sightseeing possible) and up to 1200 m above sea level. Descent via Fornalutx (“most beautiful village of Spain”), through orange- and citrus-plantations to Porto Soller. Delicious Paella is served in Fornalutx (included).
Day 7: Porto Soller - Playa de Palma (approximately 20 km/12 miles, train journey). With the nostalgic train through the Valley of Oranges (“No picking of fruit during the ride”) down the capital Palma. Guided sight seeing tour of the old town and cathedral. Cycling along the coast to Playa de Palma.
Day 8: Individual return journey or extension.
Note: The stages are easy to medium difficulty. Some climbs are followed by long lovely downhill cycling. Rather more difficult stages are covered by bus. You are cycling on quiet minor roads or some-times on small tracks, always as far off the traffic as possible. Changes of route are reserved!
- February 11
- March 11 - June 17
- September 2 - October 14.
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