Sports Climbing

Mallorca is an internationally paradise known by climbers of all levels, both for its rock quality and its perfect climate to practice all types of climbing: boulder, sports climbing, psicobloc or deep water soloing, classical or traditional climbing… all tastes and levels, of calcareous rock and sandstone, with excellent climbing routes equipped waiting for you to climb them.

At Món d’Aventura we have qualified mountain and climbing guides, climbing fanatics who will be happy to show you the best routes depending on the level of each participant.

Climbing Baptism: It consists of a day of rock climbing, where the guide will give the opportunity to climb the route that best fits the level of each visitor. An experience that will not leave any lover of nature indifferent and that, surely, you will want to repeat, since the majority of visitors we receive are repeaters.

 meeting point

 9 a.m. at Ca’n Bisanyes rondabout (Alcúdia)

(39.8412439,3.0818617) (map)

 approximate length  4 hours
 level  adapted to any level
 recommended minimum age  7 years old
 number of routes to climb  3 routes (approximately)
 maximum height  25 meters
 maximum abseil  25 meters
 highlights  rock quality and beautiful views


We will meet us in a place close to the climbing walls, approximately 15 minutes by car. Once the car is left, the approach will not take us more than 5 minutes on foot. Once on the routes, the guide will install the necessary ropes and carabiners on the routes to climb. If there is a non-debutant climber, he can climb first, as long as he demonstrates to the guide that he/seh’s not a rookie climber by climbing a heating route in TopRope.

Each participant can climb a minimum of three different routes adapted to the level of each one.

personal equipment needed equipment provided by Món d’Aventura
  • comfortable clothing and, if possible, little bulky
  • sneakers/trainers
  • water (1.5 L./person)
  • snack (sandwich, fruit…)
  • sunscreen
  • warm clothes in winter
  • personal climbing equipment, if you have it
  • individual climbing equipment for each participant
  • safety helmet
  • ropes and technical equipment needed
  • first aid kit
  • media: mobile phone and/or radio
  • rescue and help material
We recommend avoiding to bring valuables that may be damaged or lost and only bring the essentials to carry out the activity.