The reason why we founded our bike rental
business in Mallorca
is because the best wonders of our island can be discovered in this independent way of travelling. Get away from the masses and discover the charms of this area with these routes, and now we also offer motorbike rental in Mallorca
First we recommend that you get to know the Serra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site in the Cultural Landscape category. From Palma head to Sóller, where you can marvel at its old town. If you go on a Saturday morning, visit its flea market to buy typical products. Other typical villages not to be missed are Fornalutx, Deia and Valldemossa, a little off the beaten track. On your way to Sineu, a stop at the Mirador de S'En Banya is worthwhile. If you prefer more nature, visit Ses Monges Park. Want to see a castle? You can go to the castle of Alaró.
From Palma to La Calobra
Another option for visiting Sóller and Fornalutx is to head to La Calobra and enjoy its marvellous coves. However, first you will have to go through the 800 curves on the Ma-10 road, including the famous "tie knot". A biker's paradise!
From Palma to the coves of the Southeast
If you want to take an afternoon dip, there is nothing like the coves of the southeast. Start your day with a visit to the Bellver Castle in Palma and then head to El Arenal. On your way to Les Salines, you will come across Circuit Mallorca Llucmajor. Head to Cala Figuera, where we recommend you explore the surroundings and discover places such as the viewpoint des Pontàs or the Llombards cove. If after swimming you still have time to visit a historic site, we recommend the Sant Salvador Sanctuary.
From Palma to Cala Mesquida
If you liked the idea of a swim in the middle of your trip, get to know the coves in the east by heading for Cala Romántica. Then you can go up the coast and visit cove after cove, such as Cala Anguila, Cala Millor, Cala Ratjada, Cala Gat.... It is worth stopping to visit the famous Drach caves. Finish your route in Cala Mesquida and, if you have time, go to the Península de Llevant Natural Park.
Formentor and surroundings
The cape of Formentor is another of the island's must-see sights. You cannot miss the spectacular views from the Sa Creueta viewpoint or its bay of crystal-clear waters. Also take the opportunity to visit the Natural Park of S'Albufera, the Talaia d'Albercutx and the Necropolis in Son Real.
You can visit all these places thanks to our bike hire in Majorca
. They are also suitable for cycling in Mallorca
, but you will need more time, so consider staying overnight at one of the points along the route. Discover another way of sightseeing on this wonderful island!