Adventure & Sports

Practise adventure & sports

The municipality of Escorca is located in the heart of the Serra de Tramuntana, declared a Natural Area in 2007 and a World Heritage Site in 2011. The peaks, streams and valleys of Escorca are the perfect setting for the practice of numerous nature sports , of which mountain biking, climbing, rafting or caving are some examples.

In the development of these activities, the nature of the space where they are practiced must always be considered. The Serra de Tramuntana Natural Park was created to preserve exceptional natural and cultural values that must be protected and respected. Many of these activities are regulated and in some cases prior authorization is required from the managing body of the natural spaces of the Balearic Islands, currently the Institut Balear de la Natura (IBANAT). On the IBANAT website you can consult the authorized activities in protected natural areas and how to request said authorizations.

It must also be remembered that a very high percentage of accidents that happen in the mountains are due to human errors that can almost always be avoided. That is why it is advisable to always take extreme precautions and always follow the precautions to prevent accidents or mitigate them from the Mountain Service of the Civil Guard.


Some of the routes are part of the network of itineraries marked by the Ministry of Agriculture, Environment and Territory and by the Consell de Mallorca.


Majorca's back roads are perfect for cycling.


The GR-221 is also called the Dry Stone Route because it proposes to discover the dry stone landscapes of the Sierra de Tramuntana.


Numerous streams are born in the Serra de Tramuntana where you can practice canyoning for all levels of difficulty

Mountain Biking

The rugged orography and the network of trails make Escorca an ideal place to practice mountain biking.


La orografía accidentada y la red de caminos convierten Escorca en un lugar ideal para la práctica de la bicicleta de montaña.

Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking is a sporting activity that consists of walking with the help of poles specially designed for this sport.

Mountain Racing

Since July 2012, the Santuari de Lluc has a semi-olympic pool completely renovated and open to the public.

Sports facilities

Since July 2012, the Santuari de Lluc has a semi-olympic pool completely renovated and open to the public.


Escorca's rugged coastline offers few direct access to the sea. To be able to throw a kayak into the water we will have to go to Cala Tuent or Sa Calobra.


Speleology is one of the activities that requires prior authorization in the Serra de Tramuntana Natural Park.


Escorca does not have long sandy beaches, but the transparent waters that bathe the cliffs of its steep coastline hold secrets that will captivate diving enthusiasts.

Horse riding

The Special Plan for the Pedra en Sec Route foresees the uses allowed in each of the sections of each stage, defined according to their fragility