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11 Reasons Why Mallorca, Spain Should be Your Next Adventure Destination

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1. Cliff Jumping

Cliff jumping has become a very popular activity in Mallorca. There are many places to take your jump so choose wisely, then follow your instructor as he/she leads you to the most intense jump of your life. Bonus: family cliff jumping sessions that cater to younger children are available at some locations.

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2. Coasteering

Experience the islands coastline by Coasteering. It is similar to an obstacle course; it combines swimming, climbing, hiking, abseiling and rock scrambling into one action packed adventure. Don’t forget your protective gear for this journey.

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3. Sea Caving

Mallorca is famous for their caves and underground adventures. Sea caves are formed by the wave action of the sea. Visit Mallorca for the opportunity to swim in one of their magical underwater caves. Tip: Visit the Cova de Coloms and participate in the Cueva Marina Mallorca sea cave trip for a once in a lifetime experience.

4. Rope Swing

Gear up and get ready for an unforgettable experience. Challenge yourself on the 20 meter heart stopping rope swing. Free fall then swing back up and enjoy the spectacular view below you.

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5. Cycling Tours

Mallorca is home to some of the most incredible cycling tours. Capture the beauty of Spain and Portugal on one of Mallorca’s bike tours. The Mallorca bike tour is for intermediate to advanced riders; the entire trip is 6 days and 5 nights. You will start out in Mallorca, make your way through the Tramuntana Mountains, ride up the Col de Soller and end your trip riding through Valdemossa, Banyalbufar and Estellencs. The Mallorca Family tour is much easier and full of sightseeing. You will cycle along country roads, through villages and admire numerous almond orchards.

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6. Climbing

Mallorca is full of incredible rock climbing locations. Whether you are a beginner or advanced climber, there is a climb for everyone. If you are looking for intense climbing, visit Fraguel in South Mallorca. It has the largest amount of high graded climbing routes.

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7. Canyoning

Overcome your fears and experience an insane adrenaline rush canyoning in Mallorca, Spain. Mallorca is home of the number one canyon in Europe and one of the top 10 canyons in the world… Sa Fosca. Sa Fosca is a 5-6 hour excursion that takes you through high walls and a long technical descent.

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8. Caving

Explore the vast amount of limestone caves in Mallorca, Spain. Take an excursion and discover spectacular rock formations and embark on the unique “diamond room,” Mallorca’s famous cave where the rocks shimmer like gems. Also make sure you visit Cuevas del Drach (Dragon Caves) and the underground cave system Coves de Campanet.

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9. Scuba Diving

Dive into the clear waters of the Mediterranean Sea for an incredible underwater adventure. Explore parts of the world that many people don’t get the chance to see, such as beautiful reefs, shipwrecks, caves and a vast amount of history. Tip: Visit the 5 star dive center and scuba school in Puerto Pollenca for a full range of diving adventures.

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10. Mountain Biking

Hop on a mountain bike and take the ride of your life through Mallorca, Spain. Go on a downhill mountain cruise or take a slow paced ride and enjoy the spectacular scenery. Take a guided tour with Barranc de Biniaraix, or test your adrenaline without a tour guide on the Sierra Tramuntana.

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11. Trail Running

Mallorca is home to some of the most incredible running tours. Experience stunning views and various terrains as you train on the same trails as famous Mallorca athletes, Tofol Castanyer and Miguel Capo. If you are really up for a challenge, participate in the Thomas Cook IRONMAN 70.3 Mallorca on Saturday, May 7th 2016. Explore more than 30km of beaches, steep cliffs and stunning coves.

11 Reasons Why Mallorca, Spain Should be Your Next Adventure Destination