The current Covid-19 situation

Update 28-02-2022

What do travels to Mallorca look like at the moment?

On Mallorca, the restrictions have largely been removed and the island is preparing for the first normal season after the pandemic. 

There is also a lot of cycling again and the number of reservations has increased drastically, especially during recent weeks. At the moment we can still make all reservations, but it cannot be ruled out that in April and May there will be weeks when hotels and bicycles might be fully booked. 

What special requirements are there during the trip to Mallorca? 
In addition to the normal requirements for a flight (passport, boarding pass), there are only two additional measures for UK travelers:

1.You must be able to prove one of the following:

o Proven recovery from Covid-19 in the past 6 months

o OR, full vaccination against Covid-19. If your last vaccination dose was more than 270 days ago, a booster vaccination is needed.

o OR, a negative Covid-19 test, not older than 48 hours before arrival. This can be a PCR or antigen test.

2. You must complete an online health declaration via the Spanish health service within 48 hours before arrival: . This is a formality and takes about 5 minutes. If desired, we can help you with this. The result is a QR code that can be printed or displayed on the mobile phone.

This is the link to official Spanish guidelines for travel:

Ministerio de Sanidad – Professionals – Travel and COVID-19


What restrictions are there on site?
In the indoor area of hotels and in cafes, restaurants and bars, a face mask is still mandatory. Bars are open until 04:00 am. 

There are no restrictions on outdoor sports and our group rides take place with the usual maximum of 16 guests per group.

Our evening program takes place in a coronaproof light fashion and if possible outside. 

What happens in the unlikely event that trips have to be cancelled?
In the event of corona-related cancellations on our part, we will refund the package holidays in full with SGR support.


What should I pay attention to on the return journey?

Look here for the current regulations: àUK:


Do you have any questions? 
Would you like to know more about the current situation on Mallorca or would you like advice about your own trip? Please contact us at:
hotline: +31 6 4784 2750  e-mail: 
We are ready for you. Family Rompelberg and TeamFred 268km, Tiny, Letizia and Jetse


Via the links below you will find the further up-to-date information:

The latest Corona figures:

Frequently asked questions about the current Corona viruses:




Update 14-09-2021

What is traveling to Mallorca like at the moment?

Tourism in Mallorca is developing strongly again and despite this the developments in the corona indicators are very good. Mallorca is currently at 60-70% of the normal number of tourists, which indicates that travel is organized very safely and that there are no major contamination risks.

More and more cyclists have been coming for weeks and the number of bookings has increased sharply, especially in recent weeks. At the moment we can carry out all booked trips without any problems and we also foresee this in this way for the coming weeks. In our opinion, drastic measures are no longer to be expected due to the high vaccination coverage and stable low corona figures.

What special requirements are there during the transport to Mallorca?
Apart from the normal needs for a flight (passport, boarding pass) there are only two additional measures:

1. One must be able to show proof of:

  • Recovery from Covid-19 in the past 6 months
  • OR, complete vaccination against Covid-19
  • OR, a negative Covid-19 test, not older than 48 hours before entry. This can be a PCR or antigen test

2. You must complete an online health declaration within 48 hours prior to arrival via the Spanish Health Department: 
This is a formality and takes about 5 minutes. We can support you if you wish. The result is a QR code that can be printed or shown on your mobile phone.

What restrictions are there on Mallorca?
In the hotel area inside and in cafes, restaurants and bars, a mouthmask is required. Bars are open until 04:00. Megaclubs and dancings (Megapark, discotheques) are currently closed. That also means that the atmosphere on the street and in the hotels is generally calm.

Inside there is a maximum of 8 people at the same table, outside 12 are allowed. There are no restrictions on outdoor sports and our guided tours are take place with the normal maximum of 16 guests per group.
Our evening program takes place in a corona-proof light version and, if possible, outside.

What would happen in the unlikely event that trips had to be canceled?
In the event of a corona-related cancellation on our part, we will refund the package holidays in full with SGR support, minus administration costs.

Do you still have any questions?
Would you like to know more about the current situation in Mallorca or would you like advice about your own trip? Please contact us at:

hotline: +31 6 4784 2750

We are there for you!

Rompelberg Family and Team
Fred 268km, Tiny, Letizia and Jetse

Update 19-05-2021

Dear Mallorca friends,

We have been enjoying cycling in Mallorca for a number of weeks and have already had the necessary guests during that time. Without exception, they have had a very good time and praised us and the hotels. The number of Corona cases in Mallorca has decreased even further during that time and is among the lowest in Europe. Mallorca is officially considered a safe travel destination from the Netherlands and Belgium. Our team and our partners, such as the hotels and the transfer company, constantly follow the applicable Corona measures strictly. So you can really safely travel to Mallorca again and that is good news.

In this update, we give you an overview of everything you currently need to consider:

– For the trip to Mallorca

– During your stay in Mallorca

– For the return trip

If you have any questions about something, we are of course ready to advise you or to think along about your personal situation. You can reach us by email at or by telephone on +31 (0) 6 4784 2750.

Take care and maybe see you on the most beautiful island in Europe,

Family and team Rompelberg,

Fred268km, Tiny, Letizia and Jetse,

Covid Restrictions Mallorca

(Status 15.05.2021)

Detailed and updated information:

Arrival / Entry:

  • Negative PCR test not older than 48 hours before flight to be presented at departure gate at airport (no negative PCR test, no flight). No test needed for children below age 6.
  • Present QR code upon entry filling out this form:  (max. 72 hours before flight)

Duration of your stay:

General curfew: 23.00h – 06.00h

Wearing mask is mandatory at all times – outside and inside (except for sports).

Sportive groups no bigger than 10 people

Hair dressers open, special stores open with regulated entry (persons per sqm). No appointments necessary.


Closing hour: 22.30h 

Service only outside.

Mask is mandatory at all times except when eating / drinking

Max. 6 ppl on table from max. 2 households

  • Please see your hotel information for details and changes.



No tests needed when coming from Mallorca (low risk zone)


No tests needed when coming from Mallorca (low risk zone)


negative antiGen Test max. 48 hrs. prior to flight (except children below age of 6) also for transfer passengers

Test Center at Airport by appointment only.

Nowadays there are many companies that do such a PCR test with a travel certificate and the costs of these PCR tests are between 80 and 100 euros.



Update 12-04-2021

Light at the end of the tunnel

Mallorca is experiencing the lowest infection rates in months and new vaccinations are carried out every day across Europe. Slowly light is visible at the end of the long, long Corona tunnel and we are very much looking forward to doing what we love so much: cycling with you in Mallorca.

Unfortunately, the developments in the Netherlands, Belgium and Germany have been less favorable in recent weeks and non-essential travel is currently advised against. The same holds for the UK.  

Our team is ready for it and we are following developments closely to get started as soon as possible – but not too soon. Our bike rental service is open, most of our partner hotels are scheduled to open end of April and we are now focusing on the start of our full Full Service program around mid May.

When traveling to Spain, a recent negative PCR test is currently required to enter the country. Check the regulation of your local authorities for restrictions that apply to your journey back home.  

In Spain, wearing a mouth mask is currently compulsory on the street. Cafés and restaurants have their terraces open until 17:00. Cycling is possible without restrictions and without a mouth mask.


Update 20-02-2021

Bookings and vouchers.

Many guests have now booked for the coming period. Numerous guests have used the Corona vouchers provided by us and have already booked a new trip. Unfortunately we had to cancel the bookings for January, February and March 2021.

Our plan was to start again on April 1st, but as it stands now, that will not work due to Corona regulations. Cancellation of flights, closed hotels and travel bans. What a pity. So it looks like we will most likely have to cancel bookings for April this spring as well. It really is a terrible time, both for us as a tour operator and for the many enthusiastic guests.

As mentioned earlier, we have issued vouchers for all booked trips that have been canceled. We also do this for all trips that have yet to be canceled. We thank our customers for understanding and accepting these vouchers. 

Update 23-1-2021

Now that vaccination is underway, we hope that the end of the restrictions due to corona will also be in sight.


Update 3-9-2020 

At the moment there is a negative travel advice for Mallorca from most European countries. We therefore cancel all trips with a departure date up to and including 19 September. Guests who booked a trip during this period will receive a personal message about this via email.

Update 17-8-2020

The Coronavirus seems to be reviving in Europe. Germany and the Netherlands have just issued negative travel advice for Mallorca and large parts of Spain. 

We are currently investigating exactly what that means for the booked trips in the autumn and will keep you informed via this website, via our newsletter and via facebook. Guests who have booked a trip for this fall will receive an email within a few days. 

All the best for now and be safe.  

Family Rompelberg 
Tiny, Fred268km, Letizia and Jetse

Update 11-7-2020

Yes, we are open!

Our main station in Playa de Palma, in Hotel Taurus Park, will be open again from 1 July. So you can go here for your cycling holiday or rental bike. In everything we take into account the locally applicable measures and protocols for the tourism industry.

Despite everything, it is currently beautiful cycling in Mallorca! From July 4 to August 15 we organize cycling holidays in the French Alps. You are also very welcome there and we will of course take into account the measures.  

Below you can read our previous messages about Corona, concerning canceled trips last spring:


Last text update on 21-5-2020

The Corona virus (COVID-19) has a major impact on everyone’s lives. To contain the corona virus in Spain and Mallorca measures are being taken. These measures are slowly being relaxed, we are closely monitoring the developments.

Due to this situation, we now cancel all trips with start date up to and including 18th of June. Our bicycle rental will be closed as well.

To all guests with a start date of their trip from March 15th up to and including June 18th we offer two options:

  1. Free rebooking of your trip to a date later this year. There might be price differences which could be to your benefit or to your disadvantage. With every rebooking we will talk to the hotel and make sure that any additional cost can be limited. For maximum flexibility, we are extending our autumn season this year to the period from August 28 to November 22. Our bike rental is opened all year round – in normal circumstances.
  2. Compensation in the form of a “Coronavoucher” for 100% of the travel sum paid to us (flight, arrangement, rental bicycle, group tickets). The Coronavoucher – an initiative of the industry association ANVR and the guarantee fund SGR – was created to offer travelers adequate compensation and to enable travel organizations to survive this phase. This voucher is valid for bookings within 12 months after issue (the travel date may fall outside this period) and for all our travel products such as packages, bicycle rental and airline tickets. Trips booked with this voucher are covered by the SGR guarantee scheme.

We use the emailadress to communicatie with our guests about this matter.We will do our best to process rebookings and send the vouchers as soon as possible. Keep in mind that this can take a while because of the large number of requests. 

Was your cycling holiday planned with a start date between March 15 and May 31st? And haven’t you received an email yet? Then perhaps something technically went wrong. Send us an email via and we will be happy to help you.

Stay healthy and hopefully we see eachother soon on Mallorca.

Family Rompelberg

Tiny, Fred268km, Letizia and Jetse


 * More information about the Corona Voucher:

The current Corona crisis has a magnitude and an economic impact that has not yet occurred in post-war history. The travel industry is one of the hardest hit, because currently no trips can take place and there are hardly any trips booked. This poses enormous financial problems to the travel industry. Many costs have already been paid in advance, such as e.g. flights and hotels, and in our case e.g. also bicycles and clothing.

Normally, if your travel organization cancels your trip, you will get a refund. The law that protects you as a traveler is in this situations impossible to follow for travel organizations. There is no money to refund the canceled trips now. If travelers would now claim their money, travel organizations would fall over, employees would be on the street and many guests would be harmed.

As a solution to this impasse, guarantee fund SGR and travel industry organization ANVR have taken the initiative to introduce the Corona voucher. This voucher ensures that the traveler is not duped. After all, he retains the right to a future trip, to the value of the paid travel sum. On the other hand, the voucher prevents travel companies from falling over by the obligation to repay all booked trips. Due to its great social importance, the Corona voucher has received approval from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and from the regulator ACM, the Authority for Consumers and Markets.

With progressive insight and in consultation with the ANVR, we have decided not to pass on the previously announced administration costs upon handing in the Corona voucher to the guest. This means, as our guest, you retain the right to 100% of your paid travel sum. Moreover, because the value of the voucher falls under the cover of the SGR, your money is guaranteed for you as a traveler – Guarantee fund SGR pays for your trip or refunds your money should we as an organization go bankrupt.

The official and current travel advice for Spain