Set against the back drop of the Tramuntana mountain range, Puerto Pollensa is located in the north of Mallorca in Pollensa bay. The town of Pollensa is five kilometres inland and these days the fishing fleet is greatly outnumbered by the luxury yachts that are moored in the port. Puerto Pollensa has a fine selection of bars and restaurants where many a cyclist can be seen enjoying a post ride rest. There is a fine selection of restaurants of all varieties from traditional Mallorcan to modern European.
The town of Alcudia lies to the north of Mallorca and can trace its history back to the 1300s, though the remains of the Roman settlement from the 2nd century BC still remain. The town is split into two being: the old town of narrow streets and ancient city walls and the relatively recent development of the resort where our accommodation the Viva Tropic is located. Alcudia boasts a fine sandy bay, which is punctuated by pine trees, which is 8km long and stretches to Ca’n Picafort. There are ample cafes, restaurants and bars along the bay for post ride relaxation.