The five-star combination for canyoning in Mallorca!
Spectacular descent of the Mortitx canyon, one of the wildest on the island, with a comfortable return by boat that will make it suitable for everyone
Water canyoning with guaranteed success. The canyon of Mortitx, located 16 km. from Cala Sant Vicenç, it’s an easy level canyon when we have our boat for the return to Cala Sant Vicenç. A canyon that maintains good flow conditions throughout the year, although for environmental reasons, access is prohibited in July, August and September.
|meeting point|| · at 9:20 a.m. in front of the Bar Mallorca in Cala Molins-Cala Sant Vicenç (POLLENÇA).
· coordinates: 39.919692, 3.056871
|duration|| 6 hours
|minimum age|| 12 years
|total itinerary|| 21 kilometers
|total slope|| 140 meters
|maximum abseil|| 18 meters (optional)
|highlights||very wild and inhospitable landscape, endemic fauna|
|personal equipment needed|
We will meet at Cala Molins (Cala Sant Vicenç, Pollença) where, together with the guide and the boat captain, we will equip ourselves with the necessary canyoning equipment (canyoning backpack, wetsuit, harness, helmet, etc.).
Depending on the sea conditions, we will approach the Mortitx area by boat or by minibus, a journey that will last approximately one hour, until the start of the Torrent Fondo de Mortitx, to start the hiking trip.
The canyon of Mortitx is an authentic natural water park with spectacular karst formations: jumps, slides, climbs, overhangs… An adventure of strong emotions for approximately two hours, that will lead us to the end of the ravine at sea, where our speedboat will wait for us.
The return boat tour is another of the highlights, since we will enjoy about 16 kilometers of virgin and completely wild coast, since it’s one of the most inaccessible areas of Mallorca: Cambra de la Senyora, Cala Castell , Cala Estremer, impressive cliffs, the ruins of Castell del Rei (15th century), blue and clean waters… and, even, there will be the possibility of being accompanied by dolphins and flying fish during our return.