Majorca is full of sports opportunities, especially of course, in the ocean. One of the most popular is jet-skiing. Jets Marivent in Palma is stocked with jet-ski rentals, boats, equipment, and ATVs. Jet-skiing around Majorca does require a boating license however, and without one, limitations are set for your boundaries.
Sea Kayaking is becoming very popular due to the calm crystal clear waters. Also canyoning and some top class climbing can be done on the island. There are sea based activities such as coasteering and sea caving which offer groups and families a chance to try new sports in a guided enviroment. Companies like Experience Mallorca based in Palma offer English qualified instructors for a range of adventure activities like these and for the more experienced, kit hire is available.
Wake-boarding lessons are available for the ultra-ambitious, check out the Cala Nova School in Cala Mayor. The Es Trenc or “nude beach” in Majorca is particularly known for wakeboarding.
Scuba divers can find everything they need and novices can get lessons at Scuba Mallorca and Planet Scuba. The clear waters and natural underwater caves make diving a tourist favorite.
Golfers may enjoy the beautiful landscape and the challenging 18-hole course at Son Vida Golf.
Cycling has recently become very popular on the island. Pro Cycle Hire is a great pick for rentals and tours. Walking tours are also a superb way to check out the scenery and get some exercise. All fitness-levels are welcome for a range of tours at Mallorca Walking Tours.
To add a little incline to your walk, try Mallorca Hiking Adventures and take advantage of the island’s 4,000 feet cliffs and ocean views. This tour will get you to see some of the indegenous birds of the islands and even 3,000 year old burial caves. For runners and triathletes, RunMallorca offers guided running tours in and around the Serra de Tramuntana.