Bicillevant offers you a wide range of guided tours with mountain bike (MTB) or trekking bikes and with different levels of difficulty and themes. We know the area well and we like showing it off. Culture, nature, scenery, challenges… Our guides will adapt our routes to your preferences. Unspoilt coves, rural trails, pro-level trails, visits to vineyards and wineries… We have maps available and can recommend routes according to your interests.
Some of our routes can also be hiked in the company of a guide. We can also arrange joint bus‐bike routes (please request information and prices).
Just some of the routes that you can do with us:
Portocolom, S’Algar and Cala Murada
This route goes through the most emblematic parts of Portocolom, such as the commercial and fishing wharf, the old town, the church and the Es Riuetó area. From S’Algar, which is an unspoilt cove, to Cala Murada we will cycle through a protected natural area.
This route can also be done as a hiking route with some minor modifications.
From Portocolom to Cala Sanau, beauty in greens and blues
Cala Sanau is an unspoilt cove with crystal-clear waters. Here you can find remains of Talayotic settlements and ancient limestone quarries. The tour takes us along quiet country trails, lined with dry-stone walls and fields with pine, almond and carob trees.
In the small village of S’Alqueria Blanca is the Consolació sanctuary, from where we will have a great view of the coast and the island of Cabrera. Then we’ll head to the Mondragó Natural Park and S’Amarador, a natural landscape surrounded by pine trees and breathtakingly beautiful coves. Route along rural trails and country lanes. Unspoilt nature and landscapes.
Route along rural trails that will take us through the fertile area of s’Horta. At the foot of the Santueri castle and the Sant Salvador monastery, it will take us past orchards, irrigation channels, wells and Mediterranean pine forests.
A variation of this route can also be done on foot.
From Portocolom we’ll head towards Felanitx via S’Horta, along trails skirted by pine forests at the foot of Sant Salvador. In Felanitx we’ll visit the main attractions, the ancient mills, the main street, Plaza de Sa Font, the Sant Miquel church and if we’re feeling energetic, we’ll go up to the Calvario, from where we’ll have a magnificent view of the village and the surrounding countryside.
Cala Figuera has one of the most charming harbours in the whole of Mallorca and is well worth a visit.
On the way back, we’ll stop in Santanyí, a perfectly preserved village and with a market (Wednesdays and Saturdays) that offers a wide range of products, with its cute stalls filling the streets with colours.
Under the Mola d’Es Fangar, unspoilt coves of the east coast
Es Fangar is one of the largest private estates in Mallorca, crossed by public roads of undoubted beauty. This route goes through a landscape that has a little bit of everything: bushland, forests, shaded paths and trails. The ride back to Portocolom calls at some of the most charming coves on the east coast.
The 400-metre climb up to the Santueri castle and the 500-metre ride up to the Sant Salvador monastery will delight lovers of challenges, offset by stunning views of the east coast of Mallorca. We can visit the Santueri castle and at Sant Salvador we can enjoy a hearty breakfast before heading back to Portocolom.
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