Majorca is synonymous with beaches, parties and sunshine, but also with gastronomy. The island has an extensive
culinary traditionthat is ably represented by the many restaurants that operate throughout its geography.
We start with one
of the most popular routes in the north of the Island, the MA-2130, which connects Inca
with Lluc monastery and is home to one of the best restaurants in Majorca for a bicycle stop, the Coll
de sa Bataia Restaurant, a small locale with a fantastic terrace perfect for recovering after a hard ascent and with an area especially adapted bicycle parking.
The Manacor road (M-15) intersects with many major Majorcan cycling routes and also features three
of the island’s most popular and renowned restaurants. In the town of Algaida there is Cal
Dimoni, famous for its culinary tradition among locals and visitors alike. Next up, between Vilafranca and Manacor you can find Es
Cruce, offering typical Majorcan cuisine, excellent value for money and the perfect place to try caragols (snails) or barbequed meats. Finally, in Manacor town, let yourself be amazed by
the creative Majorcan cuisine of the Can
March Restaurant, a locale famous for its superb reinventions of traditional recipes using the freshest produce on the market.
If your choice is any of the cycling
routes heading towards Inca, Mallorca, on the MA-13A, we recommend Sa
Sini Pizzeria, in Santa Maria, a restaurant that, in addition to great pizzas, offers a wide selection of traditional dishes and, most importantly, an impressive variety of homemade desserts.
On the other hand, if you're looking for a truly
unique gastro experience, head for Celler
Can Amer, Inca, where you will be treated to local produce and recipes but with an innovative twist.
This is just
a small sample of the culinary delights that await you in Majorca! Find other restaurants located along cycle routes in Majorca in this interesting article in The
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Photos: Coll de Sa Bataia facebook site & Celler Can Amer website.