Climbing is a popular adventure sport - children and adults alike lover overcoming sporting challenges as a way of improving their fitness and endurance. But what makes climbing different is that it’s also incredibly fun - especially the rush of fresh air as you descend from the top of a successful climb on a high rope course! Mallorca offers plenty of opportunities to experience this thrill. Pirate Park Peguera is the perfect choice for young climbing enthusiasts. Alternatively, Jungle Parc Mallorca in Santa Ponsa offers a wide range of climbing opportunities across a large area of forest, plus a high rope course that provides plenty of challenges for beginners and experts alike. Meanwhile, in the centre of Palma, the island’s capital city, lies TirolinasGo Adventure Park Palma, with a variety of climbing courses and 250 m zip line.
Welcome to the jungle! Multi-level climbing fun on a high-rope course, or a jungle experience at an adventure park – Mallorca boasts 3 climbing parks with plenty of options to go all out and test your physical limits. One of the parks is right in the capital, close to the Playa de Palma. Probably the most famous jungle park on the island is located in Santa Ponsa, and its name - Jungle Parc Mallorca - is well deserved. Here, visitors can experience their own jungle expedition across a number of climbing courses, zip lines and obstacle courses. Santa Ponsa is easy to get to by bus from Palma. The third of the island’s climbing parks lies approximately 45 minutes away from Palma Airport, and is particularly worth visiting for families - the Pirate Park in the small town of Peguera is an absolute climbing paradise for children aged 4 and up. Here, your little pirates will be taken care of by highly trains member of the park team, while older children can be let loose to explore on their own. Adventure guaranteed!
Peguera (formerly Paguera) is a small town on the coast of Mallorca and a particularly popular holiday destination for all the family. Its beaches are flat, and its hotels child-friendly. One of the town’s most alluring attractions is the Pirate Park Peguera, which promises fun, action and great activities for children of all ages. Kids can visit the climbing park with their parents or, for children aged 9 or over, simply explore on their own and roam wherever they want in the park grounds, leaving their parents free to relax and chat in the nearby restaurant complex at Playa Tora over a delicious meal or a cup of coffee.
Jungle Parc Mallorca in Santa Ponsa is a truly special high-altitude experience for all the family, with a high-rope course that stretches across 9 hectares of forest for endless climbing opportunities. Jungle experience guaranteed! Its varied obstacle courses will have you using the ropes to climb from tree to tree, with many different designs and difficulty levels on offer. The park combines exercise and adventure, and can be reached by bus from Palma. It offers a total of 3 different obstacle courses, with something for everyone from seasoned climbing enthusiasts to families with small children. The “Piratas” course is perfect for kids, with 52 platforms and routes for all age groups. Meanwhile, more experienced and active climbers can pit their abilities against the “Explorador” and “Extremo” courses. These courses are more challenging, and are sure to test your physical fitness and sense of balance. Each of the obstacle courses takes about an hour to complete, and a “combiticket” is available to cover entry for both.
Just a few minutes’ walk from Playa de Palma lies the TirolinasGo Adventure Park Palma. The park offers a total of 70 courses for visitors to practise their climbing on. Visitor safety is the park’s top priority, and all of the staff are fully trained in the use of its special safety systems. In addition to this, visitors will also be briefed on how to use the “Lifeline” safety system before embarking on their first climb. Fun and safety guaranteed! Zip lines up to 250 metres long are also provided to ensure that the thrill and rush don’t let up when it’s time to come down. The whole high-rope course is zero-emissions, so neither the staff nor the park’s climbers will have any additional impact on the environment during their visit. This climbing park is also the ideal place for kids to play and let off steam, though it should be noted that certain courses are more challenging and should only be tackled with adult supervision. All in all, the park is a great choice for family activities. The jungle experience is also the perfect venue for many other events, such as bachelor and bachelorette parties and team-building exercises.
Tickets to visit Mallorca’s climbing parks can be booked easily online. Attractive discounts are often available for groups. For more details on opening hours and seasons, just check out the website of the park you want to visit. Entry to Jungle Parc Mallorca in Santa Ponsa is even available without advance reservation. However, we still recommend that groups check and book in advance to be sure of a spot. Whether you go to Palma, Peguera or Santa Ponsa, a visit to one of Mallorca’s jungle climbing parks is sure to be an exciting and eventful day out that will stay with you long after your holiday is over.