Through our website we provide access to a large portal of bicycle routes, in Mallorca, for all bike models (electric bicycles, mountain bikes, children's bicycles, trekking bicycles) and levels of cyclists. If you enter and choose the route we will give you the best bike for your experience and we will give you the best service so you don't have unpleasant surprises.
There are a lot of very beautiful cycling routes in Mallorca that can suit cyclists of all levels.
We recommend you this website, where you can a lot of different routes:
Artà Market - Greenway
The market of the city of Artà is held every Tuesday from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. in the city center. This market is very popular among residents and tourists. The locality every Tuesday is transformed to receive thousands of visitors. The Artà market is held in the city center, in the Ciutat pedestrian street, in the Plaza del Conqueridor and in some adjacent streets. You can reach Artà by bike rental from Cala Millor. We advise you to rent mountain bikes or trekking and go through the greenway.
The greenway covers 29 kilometers, from Manacor to Artà through Sant Llorenç, Son Carrió and Son Servera, following the route of an old railway line. An environmental itinerary integrated in the natural landscape of this area of the Levante de Mallorca for cyclists to enjoy it with the aim of promoting tourism, sports and contact with nature. You can rent bicycles at rental bikes mallorca. We advise you to use mountain bikes, trekking or electric bicycles.
Viewpoint of the Costa dels Pins
As its name suggests, the Costa de los Pinos (Pine Tree Coast) is on a slope running down to the sea from the island’s Llevant Mountains. These mountains run from the county of Artà to Felanitx in a discontinuous chain that never rises above six hundred metres. The mountain behind the resort protects it from the north winds and separates it from the town of Canyamel in the municipality of Capdepera.
The Costa dels Pins juts into the sea and has a multitude of coves, the best known of which are Sa Marjal and Es Rajolí. They are perfect for those looking for a quiet beach and ideal for snorkelling and diving to see the marine fauna of our coast. A very popular spot with visitors is the Cap des Pinar lookout point, to the north of the Costa dels Pins, with its spectacular views over the whole of Cala Millor bay. There are also attractive hiking routes that link the Costa dels Pins with Canyamel.
The Costa dels Pins is mainly a residential zone with many luxurious houses and is famous for its architecture. Its residents include a large number of well known artists and captains of industry who have chosen this area for their summer residences. It has a small shopping centre with a couple of shops and restaurants, an emblematic hotel, an 18-hole golf course and, of course, unbeatable scenery. The small shopping centre is to the north of the main beach and can be reached on foot, by public bus or on the mini tourist train.
You can easily arrive with a bike ride, trekking or mountain bikes for rent from Rental Bikes Mallorca. There is a bike path that will guide you to the fantastic and unique viewpoint. It is worth overcoming the last cost to enjoy the sea views.
The bike path goes from Porto Cristo through, s'Illot, sa Coma, Cala Millor and Cala Bona. Almost the entire journey takes place in front of the sea.
Cala Morlanda beach
Like Coves dels Drach, the Coves Dels Hams hold an underground lake, which is known as "The Sea of Venice". The caves get their name from the unique formations of the stalactites and stalagmites. Multilingual tour guides lead visitors on a roughly 500 meter walk through 12 different areas of the caves. Currently the visitors also enjoy the "Magical Mozart" concert accompanied by a light show. The musicians navigate the "Sea of Venice" in a small rowboat with candle-lit railings.
Punta de n'Amer Castle
In contrast to most other defense towers around the coastlines of Mallorca, Castell de sa Punta de n’Amer is shaped in a square building construction. The notches in the facades, prevented enemies from climbing to the platform, if they managed to cross the moat. Today, the former barracks serve as a restaurant/cafeteria from where you can take in the amazing views over Cala millor while enjoying a refreshment. Inside the castell de sa Punta de n’Amer, there is a small exhibition hall, showcasing some of the original weapons and artifacts used in the fortress.
Beach, coast town, ice cream parlors Porto Cristo
The best way to appreciate the beauty of Mallorca’s coast is on a submarine vision boat trip like this one in Cala Millor, which takes a 3 hour route along the coast.
The boat has a submarine vision lower deck below the sea level with two compartments on each side of the boat that have a total of 16 submarine vision panoramas through which you can observe the sea life in Mallorca’s waters.
Porto Cristo Caves dels Hams
Situated in Porto Cristo – Mallorca, they are renowned throughout the world for their peculiar fish-hook shaped formations, Hams in Mallorquine.
The Main Cave, is made up of 12 galleries. On the underground Lake, the Sea of Venice a Musical Show is presented.
The Caves are one of Majorca’s main tourist attractions.
Porto Cristo Caves del Drach
The Cuevas del Drach were already known during the Middle Ages and were explored in 1880 by M. F. Will and in 1896 by E.A. Martel, who discovered the cave containing the lake that bears his name.
Between 1922 and 1935 the cave was conditioned to be visited by opening a new entrance, building paths, stairs, etc. and, above all, by installing electric lighting designed by the engineer, Mr. Buigas.
The tour takes about an hour, the length being about 1,200 metres, and includes a classical music concert and a boat trip across Lake Martel. The temperature inside is about 21°C and the humidity 80%.
Manacor is the second largest town on Mallorca, after the capital of Palma. The town’s reputation as Mallorca’s home of industry has left Manacor with a very distinctive feel. The largely residential town is situated on the North Eastern tip of the island, with many of the nearby coastal resorts and attractions falling within its municipality.
Here we provide all the information you want to know about making the most of a visit to this ancient and industrious town.
Capdepera Castle lies atop a mountain in the northeast of the Island of Majorca. It enjoys marvellous views over the inland fields, the coastline and the Minorca Channel, which separates the two islands.
It is a fortified structure built during the 14th century under the orders of King Jaume II so that that inhabitants of the region would have somewhere to settle, especially during those periods when pirate attacks were more common. In the 16th century it hosted 125 houses within its walls. In the end the compound fell into disuse and was uninhabited until the 18th century when it became a military complex, ruled by a governor until 1854, when the castle was abandoned. The castle was forgotten in the 19th century and it wasn´t until 1983 that it passed into the hands of the local authorities. It is currently managed by a board of trustees.
Capdepera Castle was declared an Asset of Cultural Interest (“BIC” in the Spanish acronym), a status which affords maximum protection for our historic heritage.
This monument can be visited all year round.
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The best way to discover Cala Ratjada is to immerse yourself in the many charms of its streets and squares. Why not enjoy a superb ice cream in summer in one of its parks or an aromatic cup of coffee in one of its bars and restaurants? Cala Ratjada welcomes visitors with open arms, displaying the world-renowned warmth of the people of Spain.
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Whether you simply want to rest and relax for a few days or go on a weekend getaway, you should make time to visit the picturesque city hall of Cala Ratjada, as well as the main avenue with its multitude of shops where you can find just about anything. This city has so many attractions that every time you visit it, you'll return home with a smile on your face.
Last but not least, don´t leave Cala Ratjada without sampling the delicious cuisine, which is a mouth-watering blend of the best culinary traditions of Europe. It´s something you have to experience for yourself.
A live demonstration of the creation and production of this famous pearls, from the idea to the assembly of the jewellery. You’ll also be able to enjoy the flagship store – over 1,000 m2 where you’ll discover the latest collections, as well as unique pieces of jewellery and the most exclusive accessories.