For Casual Cyclists
If a slow, easy ride is what you’re looking for, you’re best off sticking to paved country lanes, which have little traffic – particularly in the spring before the high tourist season reaches a climax. The gently rolling Menorcan landscape should be manageable for most riders, and you’re sure to encounter many charming hamlets and churches along the way should you need a place to rest. Another good option for casual, rural riders is a new route that traverses the interior of Menorca, passing through larger towns like Alaior, Es Mercadal, and Ferreries.
For a more urban change of pace, try cycling in Mahon or Ciutadella. These two major Menorcan cities have well-organised cycle path networks that enable cyclists to explore the narrow streets of their respective old towns, which are inaccessible to cars.