Itinerary - Mallorca, Spain
May 26 thru June 3, 2018
The schedule below is full of the most magnificent swimming, racing, cycling, hiking, and more.
Guests are welcome to participate in everything, or simply pick and choose. We are happy to offer options. Click the PDF above right to download the original file. Then be sure and scroll down to see the amazing open water swim races that are available to you. Each one is very unique.
COLONIA CLASSIC ONE: 5k (40 Euro)
This 5km race goes straight across the bay from the town of Sa Rapita to the Marques Beach in Colonia Sant Jordi. You’ll be swimming in some of the most beautiful and clear water in the Mediterranean. If you’re lucky, you’ll see sparkling starfish on the seabed as you swim close to one of Europe’s most spectacular beaches, Es Trenc.
ROUND THE ISLANDS: 4.5k (35 Euro)
Starting at Marques Beach, then heading out & round the small island just off the beach, turning left and following the coast around some small islands towards the iconic Colonia lighthouse. Take a turn around the island off Cala Galiota and head back towards the start.
COLONIA CLASSIC TWO: 1.5k (30 Euro)
This is the shortest race and takes place on a single loop course starting at Es Dolc beach, heading out towards the Phoenecian trading island, before heading back towards and into the Port Beach. The sheltered waters here are ideal for the furious sprint that this race traditionally becomes!
TELL ME YOUR TIME: 2.5k (35 Euro)
Athletes will be asked what time they are going to swim for the 2 lap, 2.5km distance. The closest to their predicted time will win. It’s as simple as that. Oh, we’ll be checking for waterproof watches before the start!
TWO CYCLING DAYS
When in Mallorca, you must cycle. There is a reason why many pro cyclists live and train here, because it is absolutely perfect. We have road bikes and e-bikes for all levels of riders, plus guides to show you around the island.
ONE HIKING DAY
For one very special day, we hike through the mountains of Soller. We will offer several distances, but if you choose the full tour, you should expect some boulders, gravel, rocks, and very steep sections where you will have to use your hands for help. Intriguing isn't it?!