Are you going to Mallorca in the next few months? If so, we recommend a series of routes to do thanks to bike hire in Mallorca. With these routes you will be able to discover every corner of the island and, of course, this activity is also aimed at people who spend long periods in Mallorca.
Cycling in Mallorca
Cycling is an activity that many people enjoy and Mallorca is the perfect island to get on a bike and discover all its places. Moreover, these routes can also be done thanks to the motorbike rental service in Majorca. All these routes stand out for their beauty and each one has particularities that will attract the attention of cyclists:
Palma de Mallorca's seafront promenade: this is an obligatory route for all those who travel to the city. This 13-kilometre route along the Mediterranean has an exclusive lane for bicycles, so you will be able to cycle with complete peace of mind. This route starts at the Parc del Mar and goes all the way to the Coll d'en Rabassa neighbourhood, where you can enjoy the Real Club Náutico de Palma and other points of interest such as the Royal Palace of the Almudaina and Palma Cathedral. What's more, the route is flat and well signposted.
Route from Benissalem to Biniagual: known as the rural route of Mallorca, this route has an asphalted road between these towns, which can be reached by car or by train from Palma, starting in that case at the station itself. From there you have a signposted path that crosses the villages, which you can cover in less than an hour. The distance is 4 kilometres one way and another 4 kilometres back.
A route for the brave: this route is designed for cyclists with good legs, as it is a climb to Puig de la Randa, in Llucmajor, the spiritual centre of Mallorca. The route passes the sanctuary of Nuestra Señora de Gracia and passes through forests with unique views over the Pla de Llevant. With the highest point at 350 metres, it is a perfect route for the whole family and lasts two and a half hours.
Greenway from Artà to Manacor: this is the longest route, as it is 29 kilometres long, although if you are travelling with children you can opt for a shorter section. Here you will cycle through fields of crops and Mediterranean forests. The lanes are quite wide, so you can cycle without any problems.