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After a 45 minute shuttle, your Trek Travel adventure begins with your arrival at a charming bistro, Dalt des Coll, set in the idyllic Mallorcan countryside. Enjoy a relaxing lunch against the postcard backdrop of the majestic Tramuntana mountains and sapphire sea beyond. Afterward, your guides will ensure you have the perfect fit to your Trek Domane bike for the week. Today’s ride greets you with sweeping views of the azure blue Mediterranean Sea as you enjoy a picturesque descent into the Sóller valley below. This evening you'll have plenty of time to explore the hotel and relax by the infinity pool before you gather with your fellow travelers for cocktails and a tapas style dinner on the Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa's garden terrace with spectacular views of sea and sky.
Col de Soller to Jumeirah
Approximately 14 miles with 1,100 feet of climbing
Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Lunch | Social Hour | Dinner
It’s classic Mallorcan majesty today, with unparalleled views as you climb up and over the green-hued vantage-point of Col de Sóller, one of Mallorca's most famous rides. Wide switchbacks take you past the terraced valleys of the western Tramuntana Mountains as you cruise over the Col d'Orient and through the charming towns of Alaro and Bunyola. Here, local charm abounds, and you’ll want to make a pit stop at our favorite café for a traditional cortado and to soak in the atmosphere. Continue on to a local, family-run winery, Bodegues Ribas, in the neighboring village of Consell. Enjoy a private, guided tour through the bodega´s vintage wine cellars where you’ll savor and learn all about famous Mallorcan wines accompanied by the famous Iberian Serrano ham and Manchego cheeses among a wealth of other local specialties. This afternoon, choose to ride back over the Col de Soller to the hotel or relax in the van as it whisks you back to explore the sophisticated Port de Sóller. Enjoy some well-deserved beach time or wander through its many artisan boutiques. Choose your own venue tonight for cocktails and dinner at a beachside bistro or chic after-dinner lounge.
Jumeirah to Bunyola
Approximately 40 miles with 3,900 feet of climbing
Jumeirah to Consell w/shuttle to hotel
Approximately 30 miles with 3,300 feet of climbing
Wine tasting and winery tour at Bodegas Ribas
Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Breakfast | Lunch
Admire Mallorca’s dramatic Tramauntana coastline today from the tranquil calm of the Mediterranean Sea! Spend the morning on crystal waters aboard our private sailboat, cruising past secluded rocky coves and powder-sand beaches. Our destination is Sa Foradada, a restaurant with a stunning location set into the cliffs of the Tramauntana coast, a UNESCO World Heritage and only accessible by boat or a tough hike. The same family has lived, fished and cooked at the restaurant for over 40 years, with no electricity. They cook on open fires, which is the family secret behind the fragrant, smoky scent of their famous paellas. After a delicious lunch you'll cruise back to Soller with plenty of time to sit back and relax by the hotel pool, wander through the port or maybe take another dip in the crystalline Mediterranean Sea. If you would rather ride today, choose to experience one of Mallorca's most famous routes: Sa Calobra. This picturesque set of switchbacks looks like a handful of spaghetti tossed against the mountainside, and will stand as 12 of the best miles you’ll ever ride. Don't forget your camera, because you may never see another road like it! Tonight, we will shuttle into the medieval town of Sóller where you can explore tiny streets filled with boutiques, bars and eateries. Indulge your taste buds tonight at a local bistro to experience some "mar y montana" (sea and mountain) specialties.
Optional Port de Sóller to Sa Calobra Return
Approximately 50 miles with 8,500 feet of climbing
Jumeirah Port Soller Hotel & Spa
Breakfast | Lunch | Dinner
A breathtaking morning ride will take you along the famously seductive Tramuntana coastline - once the jealously guarded prize of pirates and ancient civilizations. You'll discover the enchanting towns of Deià set high on the cliffs above the Mediterranean Sea and take your pick of a local cafe in Puigpunyent for lunch today before you arrive at our hotel. The elegant Castell Son Claret, an 18th-century castle-hotel nestled in the countryside and offering a luxurious, relaxing retreat from a day on the bike. It’s a history lesson wrapped in the lap of luxury, with a saltwater pool underneath sweeping, enchanting views of the valley below. Choose to wander in the private orchard with 200-year-old olive trees, or give your muscles a vacation all their own with a trip to the signature spa and its special Mallorcan treatments. Tonight, join your travel companions for dinner at the hotel's chic Olivera restaurant's menu of innovative local selections.
Jumeirah to Deia to Puigpunyent
Approximately 28 miles with 3,400 feet of climbing
Jumeirah to Valdemossa w/shuttle to hotel
Approximately 15 miles with 2,200 feet of climbing
Jumeirah to Deia to Castell Son Claret
Approximately 42 miles with 4,300 feet of climbing
Castell Son Claret
Breakfast | Dinner
Mallorca’s appeal has historically been confined to beaches and sun, but there’s so much more to explore and today is the day to do it. You’ll spin through local vineyards in the foothills before climbing up and along the spectacular winding cliff-topped road, abound with stunning views of the wild coast and azure Mediterranean Sea. Stop for lunch and explore as you spin through charming Mallorquin villages and into the old town of Andratx. Packed with narrow, winding streets, this sleepy hollow offers a taste of 'real' Mallorca, away from the main tourist hubbub. This afternoon, opt for more climbing into the Tramuntana foothills, or shuttle home to relax poolside at the Castell Son Claret and its world-class spa. This evening, treat yourself to a culinary extravaganza with a glass of cava and a peek behind the scenes of the two-Michelin-starred kitchen of Zaranda. Most of the ingredients come from the hotel’s private grounds and surrounding Mediterranean waters, and the chef Fernando Pérez Arellano promises nothing less than pure creative indulgence. Tonight’s dinner is a magical finale to an unforgettable week on the island gem of Mallorca.
Castell Son Claret to Andratx
Approximately 32 miles with 4,300 feet of climbing
Bunyalbufar to Andratx w/shuttle
Approximately 26 miles with 2,900 feet of climbing
Castell Son Claret to Andratx Loop
Approximately 46 miles with 8,200 feet of climbing
Castell Son Claret
Breakfast | Social Hour | Dinner
It’s our last glorious day of laid-back coastal living. if you're hungry for more climbing, today’s short option gives you the opportunity to ride out to the coastal village of Santa Ponca. Or, enjoy a clean, bright morning espresso in the village plaza and wander on the beach one last time before a final ascent back to the hotel. Alternatively, relax, sleep in and enjoy a quiet, lazy breakfast on the hotel terrace before your final farewells to your guides and this enchanting island paradise.
Castell Son Claret to Santa Ponca Loop
Approximately 16 miles with 1,000 feet of climbing
We suggest that you arrive at least one day prior to the trip start, which will enable you to adjust to the time zone and minimize the risk of missing the trip start due to flight-related delays. We recommend that you fly into Palma de Mallorca (PMI). You can find connections to this airport from many major European cities, although Barcelona, Spain is the closest (45 minute flight) - and a great place to visit before or after your trip.
Outside the arrivals terminal, buses depart every 15 minutes for downtown Palma (6:10 AM - 2:15 AM); the ride costs 2 euros per person. Alternatively, taxis are plentiful and operate 24 hours a day, the ride into central Palma is approximately 20 euros. For more information, consult the Palma de Mallorca airport website - www.Spanish-Airport-Guide.com/Palm-Airport.html
Your Trek Travel guides will meet you at the Hotel HM Jaime III (Paseo Mallorca,14B, 07012, Palma de Mallorca, Baleares, Spain) at 11:00 AM on the first day of the trip. After a 45 minute shuttle, you’ll arrive at a charming bistro, Dalt des Coll, set in the idyllic Mallorcan countryside, where you’ll enjoy a relaxing lunch against the postcard backdrop of the majestic Tramuntana mountains and sapphire sea beyond. Please have your first day's cycling clothes and riding gear easily accessible and separate from your luggage.
If you will be late for the pick-up or are going to miss it altogether, please inform your guides. You will receive an email a week before the trip start with their names and contact details. If you cannot reach them, please call our first hotel, Jumeirah (+34 971 637 888), and leave a message with your expected arrival time and contact details. A taxi from Palma de Mallorca to your ride start or Jumeirah will cost approximately 100 euros.View our pre hotel recommendations
You will say farewell to your guides at 11:00 AM at Castell Son Claret. You will then shuttle 1 hour to the Hotel HM Jaime III in Palma de Mallorca arriving at approximately 12:00 PM. Please allow adequate connection time for any on going travel to accommodate possible traffic delays and do not schedule a flight before 3:00 PM.View our post hotel recommendations
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Palma de Mallorca, the capital of the island of Mallorca, spills out onto Mediterranean Sea and boasts an incredible diversity of culture, history, shopping, and innovative cuisine, with influences from every Mediterranean culture. Be sure to visit the old quarter, which is a maze of narrow, winding, cobbled streets and bustling with local artisans, boutiques, bars and restaurants. Stroll along the “Paseo de Maritim” and sip a glass of wine at one of the lively “tapas” bars, while taking in the Mediterranean Sea. Take your time to wander in the spectacular cathedral, El Seu, and Bellver castle, which dates to the 13th century. Make sure to see the Es Baluard contemporary art museum as well and enjoy its perch above the sea. We recommend the following accommodations for your pre-trip hotel:
The Catalonian capital of Barcelona boasts a beautiful coastline, a great diversity of culture, leisure and shopping, creative, innovative gastronomy and an avant-garde spirit. Be sure to check out some of the fantastic architecture and art of Antonio Gaudí, such as Sagrada Familia or Parc Guell. The Gothic quarter is the heart of Barcelona’s old town, with narrow cobblestone streets on which Picasso and Miró lived long ago. Las Ramblas is a long tree-lined shoppers' paradise that leads to the sea. Be sure not to miss the fascinating Boqueria market for a slice of local life. We recommend the following accommodations for your post-trip hotel:
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