Mallorca Mostly sport climbing1,669 routes in crag
First time here?
theCrag.com is a free guide for rock climbing areas all over the world, collaboratively edited by keen rock climbers, boulderers and other nice folks.
You can log all your routes, connect and chat with other climbers and much more...
Get directions to here using Google Maps
Beautiful limestone climbing on countless larger and smaller crags and deepwater spots.
A handy guidebook comes from www.rockfax.com. This site also hosts a well-mantained database and PDF-guides, some free.
Various flight connections to Palma de Mallorca. A rental car is recommened.
Where to stay
As a popular tourist destination, Mallorca boasts a plethora of accomodation sites. However, don't expect to find something without booking in advance: during high-season, crowds of tourists have already occupied most places and during off-season, many hotels close completely. Booking a finca in the country can be done via the internet for reasonable prices almost in every corner of the island. Camping is difficult: as there are only one or two official camping sites, and wild camping is tricky (everything is steep, stony, fenced-off or all of these), think twice.
Check out what is happening in Mallorca.