Canyoning in Mallorca

When you think you’ve seen it all as far as canyoning is concerned, it’s time to find something really different: nature and sport join hands to offer us unique descents, special landscapes and if it is not high season, lonely corners.

Puig Major (1,445m) and Puig de Massanesa (1,348m) form a limestone complex that rises in the west of the island, giving rise to one of the limestone massifs with the greatest identity, the Sierra de Tramuntana, with the regional capital in the municipality of Sóller. This limestone massif has abundant caves and chasms, and deep canyons, the best known and recognised worldwide for its difficulty and aesthetics is ‘Sa Fosca’.