Majorca - Bull's Eye
8 Days | Self-guided tour
Only in March: Island bonus 2 for 1 Steep rocks, shimmering salt lakes, dreamy bays and ultimate peace and quiet. It’s perhaps not the first thing you’d think about when you think of the Balearic island of Mallorca! But you will after this trip! Eurobike shows you another side of Mallorca and takes you to the quiet heart of the island. In eight days you cycle through typical Mallorcan climes. Olive groves, orange trees and sleepy little villages left and right, day after day. At the end of your trip you’ll say only one thing: “Mallorca, mi corazón”! Details of the cycle tour in Mallorca You and your bike will be inseparable for eight days. On the first stage you will visit a famous natural spectacle on the island: the dragon caves in Porto Cristo. Continue along the coast through picturesque villages and enchanting bays. Tip: make a stopover in Cala Santanyi. Just take off your shoes and dip your toes into the saltwater. Via the sleepy village of Son Carrio you head to Manacor. From there you continue through rural areas and fragrant olive groves until you are back in Playa de Palma. Highlights of the cycle tour at a glance: Manacor, the home of the pearl: The city of 30,000 inhabitants is the second largest after Palma, and is famous for Mallorcan pearls – which are factory made. Campanet caves: Over 3,200 square metres, the spectacular stalactite caves unfold in the mountain of Sant Miquel in the Serra de Tramuntana. Definitely worth a visit! Stop at the Binissalem vineyard: Are you a wine lover? Then Eurobike has the ultimate tip for you: The most famous wines of Mallorca are made in the tranquil village of Binissalem. See for yourself! Useful information about the cycle tour in Mallorca: Your holiday begins as you step off the plane in Palma. For the next eight days you will cycle along gently undulating paths, secondary roads and commercial roads, which are kept as quiet as possible. The plan includes distances of between 35 and 65 kilometres daily. You will earn a glass of wine and plate of paella for sure! The all round trip promises unforgettable scenery and is perfect for the experienced holiday cyclist.