… pearl of the Mediterranean Sea

Majorca is rightly called the cycling paradise. The climate, the roads, the landscape, the gastronomy and the cultural sights form the perfect backdrop for your cycling holiday. Whether you cycle through the flat interior or through the hills or mountains, you will be amazed by the fantastic landscapes and unique views.


Majorca is not without reason such a hugely popular holiday destination. 

With mild winters, a high number of sunshine hours and little rain, Mallorca offers the perfect conditions for sports and relaxation all year round. 

In February and March, Mallorca is at its best. With green vast fields filled with almond trees in full bloom, it is a wonderful season to visit Mallorca. The average temperature is around 14 ° C. 

April is a very popular cycling month in Mallorca. It is warmer in Mallorca than on the European mainland and the first sunbathers report themselves on the beach. You are assured of arm and legless rides with an average temperature of 17 ° C. 

May and June are the first real summer months in Mallorca. In the evening without a sweater on the terrace and while cycling a lovely warm sun on arms and legs with an average temperature around 25° C.


Mallorca has a well-maintained cycle road network. There is relatively little traffic on the island. 

It offers a unique combination of flat, hilly and mountainous cycling possibilities and everything at a relatively short distance from each other. 

You can opt for a challenging ride through the mountains or enjoy one of the flatter, more recreational routes. 

As a guest of Rompelberg Cycling Holidays, it is possible to discover the island under guidance in medium-sized groups of the same abilities. 

Our group leaders know all the beautiful routes, hidden climbs and beautiful terraces for a well-deserved rest. 

You can also choose to make your own trips with the bicycle map that you receive as a guest from Rompelberg Cycling Holidays.  

Mallorca at its best

World Heritage

 De mountains of  ‘Serra  de Tramuntana’

De mountains of ‘Serra de Tramuntana’

The ‘Serra de Tramuntana’ mountain ridge was awarded World Heritage Status by UNESCO on 27 June 2011, as an area with great landscape and cultural significance.
In this mountain range you will find picturesque villages, where time seems to have stood still. Our guided routes take you to villages such as Andratx, Deia, Lluc and Valldemossa. Order a ‘café con leche’ on a charming village square, while giving your legs a rest.

Palma de Mallorca

Capital of Mallorca

Capital of Mallorca

For culinary and cultural highlights you go to the capital, Palma de Mallorca. By bus from our hotels you exit on the central square and you will find typical Mallorcan markets, exclusive boutiques, cultural historical buildings (such as the immense cathedral of Palma) and refined restaurants. As a city, Palma has everything to offer for a nice day out on a (rest) day.