Heighten the Adventure and Boost Your Adrenaline in Mallorca

Whether you are bouncing off a precipice, or crossing the Tramuntana’s tiring clips by a mountain bicycle, a growth in adventure tourism has given an entire new definition to the thought of a wild Holiday in Mallorca.

Cliff Jumping

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As compared to any other adventure, Cliff jumping is ranked much higher in the ‘Do Before You Die’ list of adrenaline addicts. It becomes safer than ever before in Cala Sant Vicenc, with the guides who know even the tiniest details of the rock.

Hiking

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Over the last decade, Hikers from all over the world have reached a consensus that Mallorca’s rough coastlines, almond and olive copses, thickets of pine and limestone cliffs, should be explored by foot. Cicerone Walking in Mallorca is considered the Bible for hitch-hikers.

Kite Surfing

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A wonderful breeze whips off the ocean that moves into Sa Marina in the wide Bay of Pollença. From April to September, these shallow turquoise waters and the north coast’s warm winds make the perfect conditions for mastering hops and loops.

Mountain Biking

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When the Mallorca Challenge begins, the street racers can be seen tearing along the serpentine streets of the Tramuntana, side by side, almond trees blossom the limestone cliffs. In Porte de Pallanca many bike hire shops and guides are available.

Scuba Diving

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Just a glimpse of Mallorca’s radiant blue ocean ,which tempts divers to explore. There are scuba diving centres offering excursions and rental equipment all over the island. For the mentor its as stupendous underneath the water as it is from outside, with submerged caves where stalactites shimmer, chasms swarmed with moray eels and anemones.

Caving

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Outside it might be 35°C in the sun, yet you’d never figure out, standing in the cool limestone caves that back over Mallorca’s north drift, close to the Pollença and Alcúdia. Headlamps on and equips securely placed, you enter an opening in the rock and face a labyrinth of underground chambers where stalactites hang like wax candles and minerals glow.

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