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Cycling Tours

The Govern de les Illes Balears has created an extensive network of cycling tours throughout the Pla de Mallorca, all nicely marked with wooden signposts. There are ten bicycle excursions to choose from, with lengths from between 18 and 86 kms, and with varying grades of difficulty. 

For instance, you could ride along bicycle tour no. 4, which takes you from Algaida to Pina, Ruberts, Sencelles and back to Algaida, right through the scenic heartland of the island of Mallorca (25,5 kms). Or you could try tour no. 1, the longest one, from Port de Pollença to Pollença, Campanet, Selva, Inca, Sencelles, Algaida, Llucmajor to Campos (86 kms, one way).

Cycling is fun, it’s good exercise, and it keeps the doctor at bay, or so one hopes.

The photo was taken near Sencelles, Mallorca, Baleares, Spain. The date: June 21st, 2008. The time was 19:36:39.

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