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Tripadvisdor Review – Mar 2019

Great and relaxing stay

Smart Aparthotel with great facilities and location. Extremely helpful staff, nothing was too much trouble. Food pretty good, fruit selection fantastic. Would not hesitate to recommend and hope to return.

Booking review – June 2019


Breakfast is really great with huge choice and quality food. The staff is incredibly friendly and helpful!

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019

Fabulous short break

This is our third stay at la Pergola and was a lovely short break before the Easter rush. We upgraded to half board before we travelled and feel we got value for money. The hotel is very clean and the staff very friendly…

Tripadvisdor Review – April 2019


We stayed here whilst walking the GR221 for a little bit of luxury and that is exactly what we got. Watching the sunset made it extra special.

Booking Review – May 2019

Fantastic apartment and area

Plenty of space in our apartment, very clean with everything we needed, plenty of windows around the apartment letting in a lot of natural light.

Expedia Review – Jan 2019

Great Place

Excellent place to stay. Staff was amazing friendly. I will definitely come back. Thanks for everything.

The 5 most beautiful cycling routes in Mallorca

The 5 most beautiful cycling routes in Mallorca

Is there anything better than feeling the sea breeze on your skin? Warm weather, year-round sunshine and magnificent landscapes call on everyone to cycle around and discover the Mediterranean island.

Mallorca has a great infrastructure to meet the needs of cyclists, which has made it the most popular destination in Europe and has over 150,000 visitors a year. It is considered a true paradise for all those who decide to discover the island by bicycle, and the fact that it has such a good connection from one end to the other makes it unbeatable. It has unique and spectacular routes for all kinds of modalities and difficulties, which will allow you to get to know the island as you have never done before. Have you got the map ready?

Coll de Sóller

We start the day with a delicious breakfast in the village of Sóller in order to tackle this beautiful route. It starts in the same village and heads south of the island taking the old road towards Palma, and thus avoiding the tunnel. Surrounded by the villages of Bunyola and Orient, which also offer countless routes and excursions. It has a length of 8 kilometres, and will undoubtedly offer you breath-taking views of the mountains.

Sa Calobra

You can't leave Mallorca without having visited Sa Calobra before. It is a classified route of great difficulty, so it is aimed at more experienced cyclists or professionals. It has a total length of 10 descent kilometres and the route is famous for its impressive views and curves. It is a group of two beaches between cliffs and divided by the Torrent de Pareis, and has become one of the most popular beaches with crystal clear waters in the Balearic Islands.

Nevertheless, you can reach Sa Calobra by car to enjoy the wonderful scenery and beautiful sunsets.

The west coast

Get ready for incredible views, as this route will allow you to enjoy the Mediterranean as you have never done before. We start in Puerto de Andratx heading towards Estellencs, an authentic Mallorcan wonder, which will take us to Banyalbufar about 7 kilometres later. A perfect place to watch the sunset and dine overlooking the sea. On the way back we will pass through the villages of Esporles, Puigpuñent, and Galilea. It has a total length of 72 kilometers, and is recommended for experienced cyclists.

Lluc Sanctuary

This route is perfect for all levels, has a total distance of 20 kilometers and will pass through the Majorcan villages of Selva and Caimari. You will start the route in Inca and it takes approximately 50 minutes, which offers you the whole day to walk the cobblestone streets of the villages and make a stop at the Lluc Sanctuary. If you are already a more experienced cyclist, you can head out to Lluc from Puerto Pollensa, which will offer you an extraordinary landscape. It takes a total of 26 kilometres from the port to the sanctuary.

Totally recommended!

Travessa Serra de Tramuntana

It is an end-to-end and very demanding route, which is why we recommend doing it on a weekend. It has a length of 130 kilometers and will take you along ancient magical roads, small villages with charm and offer you spectacular views. Travel from the north to the south of the island and you will be able to observe streams, cliffs and even meet some goats. You will cross the most beautiful mountain villages such as Sóller, famous for its orange trees, Valldemossa, which has the best "cocas de patata" on the island, and Estellencs, where you will be able to taste the typical Almond Gató.

Nature and adventure