Mallorca Travel Guide
It’s not hard to see why Mallorca is one of the most popular cycling locations in Europe, in a nutshell, it has it all, warm weather, fantastic smooth twisty roads, fun descents, flat rest day options, fantastic food, pretty towns for a cafe stop and plenty of flights from the Leeds, Manchester and other northern airports.
Port Pollenca makes an excellent base in which to explore the mountains to the north and the flat vine yards to the south.
Sant Salvador The route to Sant Salvador is mainly flat until you reach the town of Felanitx, from here you start winding your way to the former monastery with panoramic views and a nice cafe:
Tolos - To refuel the body after a long ride in the fabulous mountains you should visit Tolo’s located in Peurto de Pollenca. The massive menu suits all food desires and the very large portions ensures you are well fueling for the day ahead. During the day Tolos is excellent for a beer before retiring to your hotel. Very cycling friendly you won’t look out of place in your cycling kit.
Hotel Llenaire - Visit it’s balcony for its fantastic views of Peuto De Pollenca
while lazing around with a coffee and cake and enjoy the splendid views.