Mallorca might only be an island, but its 300 days of sunshine and wide range of cycle routes across scenic flat plains and the Serra de Tramuntana Mountains have made it a first class cycling destination.
While some might think it crazy to go cycling in more than 30-degree heat, I would say don’t knock it until you try it! Don’t get me wrong, I wouldn’t advise a difficult cycle ride, cycling enthusiasts doing challenging inclines tend to visit in autumn, winter and spring, but there’s nothing quite like feeling that sea breeze brushing over your body while cycling along Mallorca’s coastline in the summer months. Not to mention the spectacular panoramic views on offer while on the move. A summer cycle ride is an activity for someone who can’t just lie on a beach, the type of person who prefers to get outside and explore whilst on holiday.