Mallorca is the largest island of the Balearic Islands and couldn’t be more diverse. Wonderful natural landscapes with adventurous hiking trails and nature reserves, fantastic beaches, crystal clear water and a wide range of water sports attract many tourists to the island every year.
In addition, there is the pleasant climate and the mostly mild winter. Mallorca has many attractions and leisure activities to offer. But also for the bikers the island has a lot to offer and a journey with varied and impressive routes is worthwhile in any case. From 01. to 08. October 2017 the Mallorca Bike Week takes place and promises a Mallorca vacation of the completely different kind and will let the biker heart beat with security around some higher.
The itinerary of the Mallorca Bike Week
Helvetic Airways operates a direct flight from Zurich to Palma. Three nights on the east coast in Cala Millor at Hotel Bikini and four nights on the west coast in Peguera at Hotel Lido Park.
Prices for the tour
The price per person is 1.960,00 Fr. Included in the price are the return flight from Zurich, airport transfer to the hotel, luggage transport on site, taking your own motorcycle and equipment, seven overnight stays with half board and daily guided tours. A co-driver pays only CHF 1,190.00.
Not included in the price is the cancellation insurance of 52.00 Fr., single room supplement of 190.00 Fr., overnight tax and applicable departure surcharges.
The Mallorca Bike Week
The first day – The Mallorca holiday can begin
Today the departure from Zurich will take place with the group. Motorbike transport is included in the price. Arrived on Mallorca we will take an airport transfer directly to Cala Millor to check in at the Hotel Bikini. After that the transfer of the bikes is already done. The rest of the day can be used to visit the place, go swimming on the beach and get to know the group better.
The second day – The motorcycle tour starts
In the group we start from the east coast via the coastal roads to the south to the cute fishing village Cala d’Or. We continue through pine forests to the small village of Cala Pi. Only about 300 people live here. On the way, one collects beautiful impressions of nature that one will not forget so quickly. In Cala Pi there is a short break to enjoy the views and to take some pictures.
Then the journey continues into the interior of the island, to Llucmajor. Here we take another break, this time the so-called Siesta. A typical Mallorcan meal will be served and you will be strengthened for the rest of the trip.
In the afternoon we will take a relaxed drive along quiet country roads to Manacor through idyllic villages back to the hotel in Cala Millor.
The third day – Adventurous mountains
As a group we first go to Inca, the city of artists and drop-outs, before the tour continues adventurously through the mountains. At the top of the pass you have the opportunity to fill the tanks and quench your thirst. We continue over the mallorquin mountains to Pollenca with unforgettable and wonderful natural impressions in the direction of Cap de Formentor to the lighthouse, where you can also take great and impressive photos. It is the northernmost point of the island.
After the photo stop we continue to the coastal village Port d’Alcudia. Here you will have lunch in a great restaurant with fresh fish and Mallorcan specialities. Then we head south via Arta again over a pass to Ermita de Betlem, the old monastery and back to Cala Millor to the hotel.
The fourth day – Palma sightseeing and hotel change
Today the crossing from Cala Millor to the west coast of Mallorca takes place. On the way a stop is planned in the port city Palma, which is also the capital of Mallorca. Here you can spend your time according to your preferences. A stroll through the old town of Palma with its numerous cosy restaurants and café’s invite you to shop and stay. A visit of the cathedral of Palma, the La Seu, is also a recommendable sight.
From Palma we continue along the coast to Peguera, where we check into the Hotel Lido Park. Afterwards there is still some time to have a look at the place in peace, to celebrate something and to take a bath in the sea before.
The fifth day – The view of the dragon island
Today it goes on winding in the mountain country of the west and north coast, which is a pure pleasure for the true bikers. From the hotel we go through Port d’Andratx to the small village on the coast, Sant Elm. While having a cold refreshing drink, one can even have a look at the uninhabited dragon island, Sa Dragonera.
After the short break the mountain tour through Estellencs and Banyalboufar begins. In Sa Granja there is another short break where you can relax and refresh yourself.
Then the journey continues over the Coll de Claret to Port de Sòller for lunch. The view is unique and impressive and on request a group photo can be taken in front of the magnificent scenery. Then it goes over the Coll de Sòller back over Palma to the hotel. The evenings can be arranged freely.
The sixth day – The last day by bike
On the last day the tour goes north into the mountains, past beautiful landscapes and winding country roads to Puigpunyent and Sa Granja. In Son Marriog we take a short break. Here you have a great view over the cliffs to the turquoise shimmering sea. Only a few kilometres further the lunch takes place in an old oil mill.
After recharging your batteries, the tour continues under the highest mountain on Mallorca towards Sa Calobra. The mountain is 1.443 m.a.s.l. The way back leads through Inca to Bunoyla past beautiful mountain meadows. From there we return to Peguera.
The seventh and last day
Today the bike has to be prepared for the return transport. In the evening there will be a farewell dinner at the beach. If you are still fit, you can go for a party afterwards. Not far away is also Magaluf with its exciting nightlife.
The eighth day – The return journey
Today we go back to Switzerland to Zurich and a great week with many great experiences and unforgettable impressions comes to an end and perhaps even the one or other biker friendship has developed.
We will be happy to put together a Mallorca Bike Week package for you and will be happy to answer any questions you may have. Contact us by phone at +41 55 618 45 55 or visit this website for more information.
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