Road Bike ride up to 3 hours, various routes and destinations.
9.30 - 12.30 approx. 80 km. €60
Greenway ride. Any bike for a gentle ride to suit all abilites along the (traffic free) greenway to themarket at the historic town of Arta.
9.30 - 13.00. €43
Road Bike ride to the market at Sineu. Established in 1306, it is one of the oldest on the island and has a diverse range of products from livestock and food to shoes & gifts.
9.30 - 12.30. Approx. 70km. €60
High intensity road bike session. If you want to maintain your fitness while on holiday, join us for a challenging 3 hour ride of 80km
12.00 - 15.00 €60
Country ride on road bikes to the town centre of Petra, a cycling hotspot that attracts riders from all over the island.
Approx. 70km. 9.30 - 13.00 €60
Join us for a long cycling ride in the north west of the island. Bike transfers with our minibus means no wasted miles, just high quality scenery and challenging climbs.
approx. 120km's. times vary. €110
Easy paced city Bike ride to Porto Cristo to visit the Caves of Drach. (Price does not include entry to caves).
road bike ride 6.30 am June, July & August. Back for family fun time!
1913. Rafel Blanes, a lawyer from Artà, promotes the construction of the railway up to this locality. The concession was granted to Ferrocarriles de Mallorca.
1921. Inauguration of the steam train line. It took years to build it.
1936. During the Civil War (1936-1939), the forces of the Republican Army that had landed in Portocristo arrive in Son Carrió. The Francoist soldiers dismantled the track between this station and Sant Llorenç in order to prevent the enemy from using it.
1937. Construction of a stopping place between Son Carrió and Son Servera to provide service to a coastal battery consisting of four cannons that was located in Na Penyal.
1977. Closing of the line Inca-Manacor and, therefore, of its extension up to Artà.
2003. Reopening of the line Inca-Manacor with modern diesel trains.
2008. Beginning of the works based on a project to bring back the train to the route Manacor-Artà. The works were never completed.
2014. Inauguration of a greenway located in the same place where the old railway track used to be.
You are now on the Green Way Manacor-Artà, which links both population centres along 29 kilometres and follows the route of an old railway line.
In 2014 it was reopened again for walkers and cyclists to use with the aim of promoting tourism, sport and the contact with nature in the Majorcan region of Llevant. The stations Sant Llorenç, Son Servera and Artà have been rehabilitated as visitor centres.