Are you about to tie the knot? Do you have a friend or relative who is going to get hitched? In both cases, we want to say ‘congratulations’ to the lucky fellow and put our two cents so that you and your loved ones can celebrate in style. To do so, we offer you several ideas for an original stag party in Majorca, so you can have a whale of a time.
So that transfers are not a problem, we can offer you wish comprehensive passenger road transport, so that your only need to worry about enjoying the experience to the maximum. Are you ready?
Adventure sports in Majorca
It is no coincidence that the island attracts millions of people who are eager to discover its magnificent landscapes year after year, as it is an ideal setting to unleash adrenaline and enjoy outdoor sports. Does this plan tempt you? If so, we recommend you keep reading, as you will learn about some proposals to celebrate a bachelorhood in the most healthy and entertaining way: exercising while you explore the most fascinating corners of its insular geography. Can you think of something better for a stag party in Majorca?
Hiking in Majorca
Nothing simpler, cheaper and more motivating than putting on your walking boots, filling your water bottles and throwing your backpack on to live an exciting day trekking in Majorca. We assure you that you will not be short of options, since the largest of the Balearic Islands displays an inexhaustible range of itineraries to cover on foot, and for all levels of difficulty. A perfect setting is the photogenic Serra de Tramuntana, declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 2011. There you will find routes as suggestive as the route that starts in the parking lot of Sa Vilanova, which goes through the hermitage of Maristel·la and concludes in Sa Fita of the Ram. Its length is only 3 km and is ideal for the whole family. Another great option is a walking route that goes from Esglaieta to Esporles, passing through Es Muntant (11.9 km). In any case, there are other places to go hiking in Majorca, such as the Serra de Llevant or the route that leads from Cala Portals Vells to the Cape of Cala Figuera (8 km), in the southeast of Majorca.
Cycling routes in Majorca
If you love to cover great routes, but prefer other means of transport, you can also travel Majorca by bike. Many of Mallorca’s routes for cyclists start at the idyllic platja de Muro, an extensive sandy beach on the north coast of Majorca. From there, you can go to places as special as Cala Sant Vicenç, Felanitx or Llucmajor, suitable for beginners and cycling fans. In the heart of the island, the most pro cyclists can follow the route of the Quatre Ermites, of 105 km. Of course, in this case, you will also be able to cross the mentioned Serra de Tramuntana and Llevant. Can you ask more for a stag party in Majorca?
Canyoning in Majorca
Choosing canyoning in Majorca will be a safe bet for any group activity. For beginners, the canyons of Almadrà, Binifaldó, Coanegra or Na Mora superior are recommended. If you are looking for intermediate level canyons, the most advisable places are Biniaraix, Na Mora inferior or the Gorg dels Diners superior, and if you already have experience in advanced canyons, nothing better than the Salt des Molinet, the Fund of Mortrix, Sa Fosca, Gorg Blau or the Salt des Molinet integral.
Water sports in Majorca: full emotions
Majorca is El Dorado for those who wish to measure themselves with the waters of the Mediterranean. If you and your group are among those who do not settle for sunbathing or taking a dip, this island is the perfect place for you. The range of options is almost endless: snorkeling, scuba diving, coastal jet ski rides, parasailing, flyboarding, water skiing, surfing, windsurfing, kayaking, paddle surf…
Another possibility, increasingly fashionable, is to take a guided underwater excursion, diving without carrying an oxygen bottle on your back. This suggestion is suitable for anyone from eight years of age onwards, including those of advanced age or those with reduced mobility.
Even the most daring have the option of hiring the multi-adventure pack known as The Challenge Mallorca, which includes a kayak tour, a visit to a submarine cave, jumping into the water from a small cliff – optional- , snorkeling to locate a hidden treasure and reach the coast to take a short walk through the bay of Pollença.
Nature tourism in Mallorca
Do you prefer to save energy for the wedding, but without giving up on outdoor activities? In that case, there is no problem, as this island allows you to enjoy options that do not require physical effort, and that will be your passport to some of the natural wonders of Majorca. Pay attention!
Catamaran excursions in Majorca: all aboard!
How would you like to sail the blue waters of the Mediterranean? Many of the catamaran excursions in Majorca begin at the port of Alcudia and pass through areas such as the Aucanada and the beautiful bay of Pollença, the island of Porros, the necropolis of Son Real, the charming fishing village of Colònia de Sant Pere or the area of Betlem. They also offer stops to anchor and enjoy a refreshing swim, swimming in a cove or practicing some water sport such as the above mentioned. The price of the activity includes the rental of sports equipment and, occasionally, a meal on board.
Another of the usual places for catamaran cruises is the port of Palma de Mallorca, the insular capital. The result? A monumental panoramic tour that will convince all the guests. From there, it is possible to head for Cala Vella, if you sail east, or to the exclusive area of Portals Vells, if you go west.