Majorca: Water Skiing
Most Popular Spanish Mediterranean Island
Majorca has everything to offer when it comes to water sports. The island has 41 marinas and mooring available for 10,000 yachts. Whether you want to watch or take part you won’t be disappointed with the water sports in Majorca. For those who love sailing the King’s Cup takes place in August. Majorca is in a fantastic location in the Mediterranean Sea where the clean, calm waters provide a perfect spot for water activities. From jet skiing, water skiing and wave boarding there’s a multitude on offer in most of Majorca’s beach resorts. Wind surfing is also popular particularly in the bays of Cala Ratjada, Es trenc, Cala Guya and Alcudia. Diving in Majorca is also a fantastic way to explore the lustrous waters and there are plenty of diving schools and tours available all year round. However, between November and April some diving ahs been known to get cancelled because of stormy weather. Marine life in Majorca is abundant with rainbow wrasse, European barracuda, eels, gobies, octopus, lobsters and much more. But if all you want is a fun beach side activity there are always doughnuts and parachutes on the main beaches such as Magaluf, El Arenal and Santa Posta.
Water skiing is very popular with beach goers in Majorca and on the calm and warm Mediterranean Sea it’s a great part of the world to try it out. It is possible to hire water skiing equipment on the major beaches such as Cala Millor, Can Picafort, Formentor, Magaluf, Palma Nova, Port d’Alcudia, Peguera and Platja de Palma. There’s not just water skiing on the beach in Majorca but windsurfing, banana boats and doughnuts.