Discovering landscapes, beautiful corners, small towns and coves in the south-east of Mallorca on a bicycle will be a magical experience.
At Bicillevant we want to share with you the sensation produced by enjoying the effort cycling in a natural environment, where the appearance of a rural landscape, with paths lined with walls of “pear seca” (dry stone), resists the passage of time.
At Bicillevant we offer bicycle rental, guided tours and sports activities for young and old.
In order to fully enjoy the routes, we have a fleet of new bicycles, always ready to go cycling with them. Mountain bike, trekking bike and e-bikes. We can also provide carbon road bikes.
We have different sizes for all types of heights (15.5, 17.5, 19, 21). Equipped with water bottle, padlock and helmet.
If you request it, we have automatic pedals.
Bicillevant offers you a wide range of guided and explained routes, of different levels of difficulty and theme, with a mountain bike (MTB). We know the territory and we love showing it out. Culture, nature, landscape, effort… Our monitors will adapt our routes to your preferences. Virgin coves, rural roads, tracks of technical difficulty, visits to vineyards and wineries … We have maps at your disposal and we can suggest routes according to your interests.
Some of our routes can also be done as a hiking activity with a monitor. We can also mount mixed routes with bus-bike (request information and prices).
Portocolom, tourism point.
Sinse the second half of the 20th century till now, Portocolom has turned in to an important touristic point of sun and beaches, so most of the population work on hostelry.
View of the Riuetó, in Porto Colom.
In addition to its crystalline water coves, among the most visited sites in Porto Colom it is worth highlighting the Riuetó, a dock with the historic port structure that includes a front of typical fishing village buildings, small houses between party walls of different colors that make up the most photographed pictures of the old town.
We can also highlight the nautical club; the stately houses facing the sea; the long promenade that surrounds the port full of restaurants, bars and shops; and the Porto Colom lighthouse, with wide black and white stripes, which was built in 1863 on a cliff at the tip of Las Crestas.