Mills & Honey


Mills and Honey S.L.U.

CIF: B16536856

Cami Son Toells 23A

Palma de Mallorca


Phone : +34 692991890



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... Yes about you, it's not about us...

We want to get to know you, your wishes, your needs, your particular requirements and your expectations about your holidays in Mallorca and we want to put together the perfect cycling holiday just for you.


They say with good quality ingredients, anyone can be a good chef. Well not quite like that, but we like to think as Mallorca as the garden of your cycling holidays, and we are the chefs who pick the right ingredients in the right time to make the perfect meal for you. 


But since you’re giving us the big challenge and responsibility to organise your holidays and we guess you want to know a little more about us, here we go then:

Alfonso Ochoa (Fonzie)

Founder and Director

Originally from Venezuela, Alfonso Ochoa Vega spent most of his time as a kid doing some kind of riding whether on his skateboard, rollerblades or surfboard.

Always curious, Fonzie took off more than ten years ago in the search of good waves, new experiences, and to learn the most that he could about this wonderful planet. He feels super lucky and grateful about having lived and seen wonderful places like South Africa, Australia, 

New Zealand, French Polynesia, Fiji, Indonesia, Los Roques in Venezuela, UK, Italy, France, the Caribbean Islands, Colorado, and from all these places he's picked Mallorca as his new home. A place which offers him great dynamism and a healthy balance of city, mountains, sea, strong and proud culture, lifestyle and great friends.

In Mallorca, he wants to share his passion for travelling in an active, responsible and sustainable way being by the use of sails, or by the use of our own power and will to get further, and he wants to give that oportunity to people willing to take that step forward into a fantastic and enthrilling new way to see the world.

He's sailed accross the Atlantic 5 times, he's cycled around France in a month's solo cycling holiday of 4300 Km, accross the UK from John O'Groats to Land's End in 8 days, up and down the Pyrenees a couple of times and he knows very well there's no better way of travelling and getting to a new place than at the bicycle's pace. The sense of accomplishment, the reach, the views, the people and also the suffering, is not only about seeing new places, it's about getting to know yourself a lot better. Getting out of your comfort zone and sweat, enjoy, getting too cold and too hot, struggle, laugh, be inspired, feel... actually feeling alive in all senses.