North Mallorca Coasteering Tour with Transfers

Culinary Tapas Tour of the Old Town of Palma

€ 60

See the adventurous side of Mallorca’s northern coast on a 4.5-hour ‘coasteering’ trip that combines swimming, cliff jumps, rappelling, and deep water free solo rock climbing to travel the coast by any means necessary. Suit up in wetsuit, helmet, and buoyancy aid, then follow an experienced adventure guide along Mallorca’s cliff-lined shoreline. This 4.5-hour adventure includes all equipment and round-trip transport your hotel in north Mallorca.

  • 4.5-hour adventure tour in Mallorca
  • Climb, rappel, and cliff jump on the northern coast
  • Explore alongside an adventure guide
  • Choice of morning or afternoon departure
  • All necessary equipment included Hotel pickup and drop-off included

Meet a driver at your hotel, or at a centrally-located departure point, then travel to the northern part of Mallorca for a unique “coasteering” experience. With adventure gear to keep you safe and warm, you can focus on pushing your limits on cliff jumps that range from 6 feet (2 meters) to 39 feet (12 meters), with the option to take on progressively higher jumps as you explore.

Designed for traveling along the rocky edge of Mallorca, “coasteering” blends adventure techniques from a range of sports, and you’ll try each one to clear the island’s natural obstacle course. Use a climbing rope to lower yourself off the edge of a sea cliff, then see the clear pools and rocky formations in a maze of sea caves.

Gather the nerve to try “psicobloc” or deep water free soloing, rock climbing with a clean drop into the ocean, so you’ll fall from the face into the water. And at the end of the trip along the coast, meet the driver for the return trip to your hotel, where this trip concludes.

Departure Point Camí Vell de la Victòria, 19, 07400 Alcúdia, Illes Balears.

Traveler pickup is offered from any hotel in the following resorts:

Cala Sant Vicenc

Pollenca

Alcudia

Can Picafort

Cala bona

Sa coma

Cala Ratjada

Cala Millor

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