The dream gift for any travel-loving triathlete.


The dream gift for any travel-loving triathlete.

Soak up the sunshine on the coast of Mallorca

Starts at $5,300 for six days, Duvine.com

Ride along the sparkling coast of Mallorca in Spain, where all levels can climb the Tramuntana mountain range and cycle on quiet, traffic-free roads by day and enjoy an authentic local dining experience and world-class hotel stay by night. Included are accommodations, wine tastings and cooking classes, gourmet meals and cocktails, top-of-the-line bikes and more. Tours for 2015 start in late March.

Challenging mountain riding (and coffee!) in tropical Colombia

$5,400 for seven days, Equipo.pro

You’ll ride through the “coffee zone” of Colombia, as well as through charming towns and a wildlife sanctuary during the five riding days of Equipo’s Quindío tour. Colombia’s stunning landscape through the Andean mountain range promises to be memorable. Get the full pro treatment with a luxury hotel, private chef for all meals, daily massages, pro bike mechanic, two full cycling kits, supported rides and more. Feb. 17–23, 2015.

Swim faster on a Spanish island

Starts at 1299 euros for seven days, Tridynamic.co.uk

Top UK triathlon swim coach Dan Bullock leads a one-week clinic Feb. 14 for 15 or fewer athletes at the Tenerife Top Training facility on the south of Spain’s Santa Cruz de Tenerife island. Included is your stay in a three-star hotel on the beach, and access to both 25-meter and 50-meter pools as well as the open water, with extensive individual feedback and video footage of your stroke.

Base miles among the vineyards in California

$2,195 for six days, Thecyclinghouse.com

Tackle daily mileage of 50–80 flat and rolling miles in Solvang, Calif., a charming area of the Santa Barbara wine country, with The Cycling House. Covered in the trip: accommodations at a delightful local inn, bike build and breakdown (rentals are an option), all breakfast and lunches and two dinners, and fully supported rides. March 8-13 or 15-20, 2015.

Triathlon training heaven in the French Alps

Prices vary by length of stay, Tri4thealps.com

Morzine, France, is one of the best places to train for a triathlete—there are many reasons why Olympic triathlon coach Darren Smith chooses it as his squad’s summer base. It has incredible riding (multiple Tour de France-level climbs), trails for running, an outdoor 50-meter pool and a serene lake. You’ll stay in the Tri4theAlps chalet, where you’ll be provided with custom training sessions, airport transfers, and breakfast, afternoon tea and dinner. 2015 dates start in June.