Beautiful beaches, mild sunny weather and a wide diversity of routes on offer make the Spanish island of Mallorca an all year round rock climbing paradise in the Mediterranean Sea.
Mallorca Guided Rock Climbing: Sports, Multipitch, DWS
Deep Water Soloing in Mallorca (1+ day trip)
Deep water soloing in Mallorca
Mallorca guided Multipitch Rock Climbing for 1 or more days
Mallorca, 5 Day Guided Rock Climbing Tour
Mallorca, 5 Day Guided Multipitch Rock Climbing
7-day Mallorca rock climbing tour
Multi-pitch rock climbing in Mallorca, Spain: Pollença, Sa Gubia, Castell d’Alaró, Puig Major
What should I know about Rock Climbing Spain?
Mallorca is one of the most popular tourist destinations in Europe during summer. Nestled in the Mediterranean Sea, it is the largest of the four Balearic Islands (Mallorca, Ibiza, Formentera and Menorca). The island boasts a beautiful coastline, with some of the most scenic deep water soloing in the world. In the stunning Serra de Tramuntana’s mountain range, with incredible limestone spires and bluffs, you will find some incredible sport climbing routes. Mallorca’s variety of landscapes and vibrant culture offer invites you to explore every corner of the island.
Why should I choose Spain for my Rock Climbing adventure?
Amazing variety of options for all levels
From steep overhanging roofs to sheer slab walls and juggy tufas, to great single and multi-pitch routes, trad climbing or deep water soloing, Mallorca offers incredible options for all levels and styles!
Sunshine and beaches
Mallorca is a unique vacation destination for climbers. Sunny weather, wonderful beaches over the beautiful Mediterranean Sea, together with a great offer of bars, resorts and restaurants, charming old villages and vibrant cities like Palma make Mallorca a climbing paradise!
**Wine and food **
Eating out in Mallorca is an exciting experience, with plenty of new, creative and traditional options, and great local wines. Whether you choose unique Mallorcan dishes, traditional tapas, Mediterranean contemporary cuisine or the catch of the day, you won’t be disappointed.
What can I expect from the weather during my Rock Climbing trip in Spain?
Mallorca has a Mediterranean weather, offering an ideal climate with nice temperatures most of the year. In spring and autumn temperatures are in the mid to high-twenties. Mallorca has mild winters and sunny and quite hot summers -it can get to 40ºC some days-, tempered by sea breezes.
Which language is predominantly spoken in the Spain region?
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How many days should I allocate for my Spain Rock Climbing experience?
You could spend weeks exploring the great diversity of routes Mallorca offers. It depends on how much time you have. You could come for a couple of weeks on a climbing vacation, enjoying the sea and the beach, or just for a few days of climbing. Most guides offer from 1 day to one-week programs.
What's the country code for the Spain region?
When is the best time to travel to Spain for Rock Climbing?
The best time for a rock climbing trip in Mallorca is from September to May, when the island is quieter and the temperature is perfect. However, it is possible to climb in Mallorca all year round. Even in summer you can find cooler mountain crags and deep water soloing spots.
I went climbing with Carlos for 2 days in Montserrat and Pared de les Baggases. Carlos was not only a very skilled rock climbing guide (route finding, safety, etc) but as also very pleasant and social to be with (he speaks very good English). He took his time to also talk about the surroundings and history of the climbs we made. I highly recommend to go climbing with Carlos!
I climbed for three days with Mon d'Aventura - climbing with Juan and Javi. Everything was well organized, the guides were excellent and focused on finding good quality climbing and ensuring that my climbing days were fun. I thoroughly enjoyed my time out and look forward to returning and climbing with Mon d'Aventura again.
The trip itself was an exciting outing, but it was definitely not according to expectations. To start with, the detailed description we got in a document sent to us was not corresponding to the actual trip. It would be better to have correct idea about what's going to happen so the group knows what to look forward to (only DWS and jumping into water from high heights, or the combination of activities like snorkelling and paddling to Punta Galera). It would also be much better to listen to the group's wishes, for instance if someone does not want to jump into the water from the cliffs then she should not be pressed by the guide to do it, it created a lot of discomfort for a person who was already stressed. Safety is another issue - the safe way to approach cliffs from breaking water should definitely be instructed beforehand, because without the timely instructions several of the members got scratches and bruises, and one was feeling very bad. We communicated clearly beforehand that we wanted to try the activity in a safe way, but there was fear and discomfort experienced by some participants. A suggestion would be a direct contact and questions from the actual guide to the group, in good time before meeting up, so expectations and conditions can be figured out - without pressure. Also, there should be clear info about the fact that the trip date can be moved because of waves/weather or other bookings. We got a rebooking 2 times after booking this on short notice, and had to agree to that because we had already paid. To be clear - we have no doubt about the guide's ability to do the actual activity, but it's rather the responsiveness and handling of different needs that was the issue for this group.
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