Cycling in Pollensa

Pollensa’s breathtaking outdoors offer an incredible cycling opportunity for all outdoor enthusiasts. No matter what the season is, people come here to enjoy the outdoors by taking the scenic cycling route to explore some of the finest views in Mallorca. While all seasons are favorable for cycling in Pollensa, riders flock into the city during fall in particular. The Spanish island becomes a favorite cycling destination among thousands of enthusiastic riders who come here to enjoy the warm climate, excellent panoramic views, and unforgettable cycling experience. Here are some of our finest recommendations for cycling routes in Mallorca.

Start your cycling expedition at the famous point of Formentor, which is home to the most famous cycling pathways. Often, avid cyclists vote this route as one of the most popular and scenic routes in Europe. The road extends over undulating rugged terrain flanked by gorgeous Mediterranean coastline and lush greenery. If you love gorgeous views, mountainous cycling routes and hilly terrains, then you are going to love this cycling route. The road ends at the famous Cap De Formentor, where you can take pictures of the Pollensa Bay, panoramic views of Alcudia and the majestic mountain range.

While the eastern part has more variety of terrains, the western side offers the best and spectacular terrain views. Once you finish this cycling route, find some free time from your busy schedule to take the scenic route through the historic and quaint Pollensa villages. Enroute to Soller and Valldemossa, you will come across cycling paths that pass through many Mallorcan charming villages. After enjoying your cycling ride, stop by the small café and restaurants in these villages and enjoy your meal.

If travelling to Soller, then take the cycling route along the northern coastline to explore the traditional Mallorcan landscape and beauty. You will find some lush olive groves, quaint villages and vantage points offering gorgeous coastal views right here. The most famous of all, however, is the Coll de Soller that boasts a mixture of terrains, bends and interesting routes quite challenging for even the experienced cyclists.