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Located in the Mediterranean Sea, 200km away from Barcelona you’ll find Mallorca, the biggest island of the Balearic archipelago.

Known worldwide to be one of the most important touristic spots in Spain, Mallorca has endless places for you to explore and discover. You’ll find the best mix between sea, mountains and cultural history.

On the west side of the island you’ll find Serra de la Tramuntana, a mountain range that boasts alongside the coast., famous amongst mountain sports enthusiasts. 

You can go mountain biking through the infinite uphill and downhill paths that will show you different breath-taking views of the island. Trekkers who are roaming around can enjoy of a refreshing swim in some of the coves and bathe in the beautiful turquoise waters.

Being the biggest island of the archipelago, it doesn’t matter if you’re in the east, north or south, you’ll find perfect untouched beaches. Perfect for kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and surfing due to the idyllic wind, weather and wave conditions.

Scuba divers can immerse themselves in the Mediterranean waters and explore the system of subaquatic coves ‘Cuevas de Plama’. Unveil the secrets of the natural reserve ‘El Toro’, which has a spectacular underwater scenery and excellent visibility, which sometimes can reach 35 meters.

It would be impossible to list all of the magical and hidden places the island has, but you can be sure you can have from a very cultural visit to the most extreme adventure of your life.

You’ll find all types of activities from canyoning or climbing up to boat excursions and snorkelling. All you need to do is go to Mallorca!  

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Canyoning
Quad biking
Scuba Diving
Caving
Snorkeling
    Stand up Paddle
      Sea Kayaking
        Jet Skiing
          Hot Air Ballooning
            Coasteering
              Rock climbing
                Flyboard / Hoverboard
                  Windsurfing
                    Wakeboarding
                      Jet Boating
                        Hiking / Trekking
                          About

                          Located in the Mediterranean Sea, 200km away from Barcelona you’ll find Mallorca, the biggest island of the Balearic archipelago.

                          Known worldwide to be one of the most important touristic spots in Spain, Mallorca has endless places for you to explore and discover. You’ll find the best mix between sea, mountains and cultural history.

                          On the west side of the island you’ll find Serra de la Tramuntana, a mountain range that boasts alongside the coast., famous amongst mountain sports enthusiasts. 

                          You can go mountain biking through the infinite uphill and downhill paths that will show you different breath-taking views of the island. Trekkers who are roaming around can enjoy of a refreshing swim in some of the coves and bathe in the beautiful turquoise waters.

                          Being the biggest island of the archipelago, it doesn’t matter if you’re in the east, north or south, you’ll find perfect untouched beaches. Perfect for kitesurfing, windsurfing, sailing and surfing due to the idyllic wind, weather and wave conditions.

                          Scuba divers can immerse themselves in the Mediterranean waters and explore the system of subaquatic coves ‘Cuevas de Plama’. Unveil the secrets of the natural reserve ‘El Toro’, which has a spectacular underwater scenery and excellent visibility, which sometimes can reach 35 meters.

                          It would be impossible to list all of the magical and hidden places the island has, but you can be sure you can have from a very cultural visit to the most extreme adventure of your life.

                          You’ll find all types of activities from canyoning or climbing up to boat excursions and snorkelling. All you need to do is go to Mallorca!  

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