Spinning dawheel son barraquer2013

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Spinning dawheel son barraquer2013

  1. 1. SPINNING THE WHEEL!CYCLING WEEK MALLORCA 2013
  2. 2. Mountain, Inland planes & coastal roads on the same day!Make the most of your stay in Mallorca by practicing a sport that takesadvantage of a large road network ideal for cycling. The sport is enjoying aboom, and there is large number of cyclists on the roads.Mallorca has 1,250 kilometres of roads, of which 700 kilometres belong tosecond-class roads that go across different areas of the island, both mountainsand plains. It is a road network that connects the different towns from one coastto another. The west coast of the island has a 100-kilometre long mountainrange: Sa Tramuntana, being its peak the mountain called Es Puig Major(1.442m). The inland is flat, and on the Northeast we find a smaller mountainrange: Serra dÁrtà.Cycling for professionals and amateursThe roads of Mallorca have left a great impression on many professional cycliststhat have visited the island. Professional cycling teams, mainly European, cometo Mallorca to train and prepare for the tough season ahead. Mallorca offersthe perfect conditions. Professionals usually come to train in winter.In fact, apart from the climate and the landscape, another great advantage isthat the public administration has done everything possible to make the roadssuitable for cyclists by improving and signposting them. There are many hotelsoffering massage service, bicycle repair and special menus for sportspeoplealong the cycling routes.In addition, amateur teams and cyclists come to Mallorca from February toMay. They all agree that Mallorca is full of beautiful country roads that crosscharming towns and municipalities. Cyclists can experience the culture,traditions and gastronomy. In the past years, the number of cyclists arriving toMallorca has increased. 40,000 cyclists already practice this sport on the island.
  3. 3. ProgramCYCLING WEEK
  4. 4. Day1ArrivalTransfer & Check-in at Finca Son Barraquer (website hotel click here)Day2Tour 108.45 Meeting with guide and bikes. (website bike shop click here)09:00 Start of the tour 1. 55km, flat. 200mtrs accumulated elevation.Route: Arenal/Cabo Blanco/ llucmajor.18:00 Welcome dinner at Puro Beach. (website Puro Beach click here)Day3Tour 208.45 Meeting with guide09:00 Start of the tour 2 95km, flat. 200mtrs accumulated elevationRoute: Arenal/Cabo Blanco/S’Estanyol/Sa Rapita/Campos/Llucmajor.Day4Tour 308.45 Meeting with guide09:00 Start of the tour 3 95km, mountain. 400mtrs accumulated elevation.Route: Coll d’en Rebassa/Son Ferriol/Sa Cabaneta/StaMaria/Bunyola/Orient/Alaro/Lloseta/Sta Maria.
  5. 5. Click on the image to go to a Google Map of the island
  6. 6. Day5Tour 408.45 Meeting with guide.09:00 Start of the tour 4 95km, hills. 600mtrs accumulated elevation.Route: Coll d’en Rebassa/Son Ferriol/ctra vieja de Sineu/Sta Eugenia / AlgaidaRanda/Lucmajor/Arenal.Day6Tour 508.45 Meeting with guide09:00 Start of the tour 5. 115 km, hills. 300mtrs accumulated elevation.Route: SanJordi/Algaida/Montuiri/Porreres/Campos/Santanyi/ CalaFiguera/Llombars/Ses Salines/Campos/llucmajor.Day7 lTour 608.45 Meeting with guide09:00 Start of the tour 6. 120km, mountain. 1.000mtrs accumulated elevation.Route: Coll d’en Rebassa/Son Ferriol/StaMaria /Bunyola /Esporles /Soller/Valldemossa/ Palma.19.00 Farewell dinner at restaurante Ca n’Eduardo in Palma (website rst click here)Day 8 27th April 2013DepartureCheck out & Transfer to Airport.
  7. 7. Click on the images to see 2 promotional videos of Mallorca of 70s each .ppt Presentation & Destination Services by Xisco Amer xiscoamer@hotmail.com

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