Top 6 Water Sports to do in Mallorca
Top 6 Water Sports to do in Mallorca
Mallorca, with its splendid climate, favourable winds and warm waters, has become a paradise for water sports lovers in the heart of the Mediterranean. With a wide variety of activities available, from surfing to kayaking, the island offers unforgettable experiences for all levels. Here are the six best water sports to do in Mallorca.

Majorca: A Water Sports Paradise in the Mediterranean

1. Surfing in Mallorca:
Although surfing is not the most popular sport on the island, Mallorca is positioning itself as a surfing destination in the Mediterranean. Its small size makes it easy to move quickly to strategic spots with ideal waves for surfing. Moreover, the constant wind of the Tramuntana, blowing from the north, creates optimal conditions for the practice of this sport. Mallorca is a perfect place both for beginners who want to learn how to surf and for those who want to improve their skills.

2. Kitesurfing and Windsurfing in Mallorca:
When there are no waves, the wind blows in Mallorca, making it an ideal destination for kitesurfing and windsurfing enthusiasts. The bay of Pollença is especially popular for kitesurfing, and many schools offer their services in the area. Suitable windsurfing spots can also be found in places such as Can Pastilla, Pollença, Cala d'Or, Portocolom and Santa Ponsa.

3. Snorkelling in Mallorca:
Mallorca is a paradise for divers, and snorkelling is an activity not to be missed. It is recommended to bring a snorkelling mask and suitable footwear to explore the island's rocky coves. Some of the best places for snorkelling include the Malgrats Islands, Sant Elm and La Dragonera, Cala Deià, Cala Llamp, Cala Figuera, Cala Pi and Cala Varques. These areas offer impressive underwater biodiversity and spectacular scenery to enjoy.

4. Jetski in Mallorca:
For those looking for a dose of adrenaline, jet ski rentals are an excellent option. You don't need a licence or special permit, just to be over 16 years old. Specialised centres offering jetski rentals can be found almost everywhere on the island, especially in tourist spots such as Alcudia, Portals Nous, Magaluf, Can Pastilla, El Arenal and Santa Ponsa. Enjoy the thrill of riding the blue waters at full speed.

5. Kayaking in Mallorca:
Canoeing is an ideal way to explore the Mallorcan coastline and stay active. No experience or licence is necessary, just the desire to paddle and enjoy the scenery. With a kayak, you can access hidden coves and caves that are not available by land. There are several options for renting kayaks and participating in group outings, such as North Coast Adventure in Alcudia, Port Calanova in Cala Major and Zoea in Santa Ponça.

6. Learn to sail in Mallorca:
Mallorca is also an outstanding destination for those who want to take up sailing. Nautical schools and centres offer individual and group beginners' courses in Palma and other coastal areas of the island. The National Sailing School of Calanova is a recognised option for learning and competing. Sail and Surf de Pollença also offers excellent opportunities to learn and practice sailing in crystal clear waters.

With its stunning natural scenery and a wide variety of water sports, Mallorca has become a dream destination for lovers of water activities. Make the most of your stay on the island to make the most of these exciting experiences. If you want to stay in a place that offers you a unique experience in Majorca, don't hesitate to book at the Cupido Boutique Hotel and experience water sports to the fullest in this Mediterranean paradise.