There are over 20 golf courses on Mallorca and the nearest to Magaluf and Palma Nova are at Poniente Golf,
Santa Ponsa I, Bendinat and Andratx. The furthest of those four is only about a 30 minute drive away. For
further information click
Situated just 500 metres from the beach at Santa Ponsa, deep and within a 9 hectare pine forest, the Jungle Parc is the
largest tree adventure course in the Balearic Islands. Using their skill and courage, visitors are challenged to move
from tree to tree, all at varying heights from the ground, using a variety of bridges, ropes, vines and zip wires.
For adults there is a choice of 2 courses, the "Explorer" and for the more experienced or adventurous, the "Extreme".
For children aged from 4 to 11 years a specially designed "Pirates" course is also available. Unless you are visiting
as part of a large group, there is no need to book, just turn up on the day, and each adventure lasts approximately 1.1/4
hours inclusive of a 15 mintute mandatory safety and traning session. Contact details for more information are:
Avd. Jaime, 1 - 40A
Telephone: +34 630 948 295
Web site www.jungleparc.es
A segway excursion is a really unique way of exploring the resort of Santa Ponsa. A Segway is an electric scooter, which is
controlled by shifting your weight while standing. Each tour is accompanied by an experienced, friendly, multilingual tour
guide, and lasts around 1 hour including a short safety and training session. Contact details for more information are:
Avenida Jaume I - 99
Telephone: +34 603 130 155
Web site www.verd.pro
If you are aged 18 years and above, and have a valid UK driver's license, FunQuad Mallorca offer daily excursions from Santa
Ponsa into the rough and rocky Tramuntana mountains, where you can enjoy picturesque views over towards the Dragonera Island.
All of their quads are fully automatic, and all helmets and safety glasses are provided. Contact details for more information
and bookings is:
Telephone +34 647 288 463
Web site www.funquad-mallorca.com
Mallorca is a haven for those of you who enjoy water sports. Naturally, being an island there is
every conceivable water sport you could think of, from SCUBA diving to fishing, from boardsailing
to jet skiing, from swimming to water skiing, is all to be had locally. Just look around the beach
area for signs and notices where you can partake in your favourite activity.
Nearly all bars in town show live sporting events on TV, with Premiership, Champions League and UEFA Cup matches dominating
the screens from August to May. And don't forget, most bars show a LIVE Premier League game every Saturday afternoon - a
luxury you don't get 'back home.'