Best period:

defintely september, when You can find:
- lower prices of transport and accomodation
- warmer sea
- more sunlight to the cliffs

July and august are also good, but you don't climb on dry holds, there is a lot of humidity and not enough wind for the rock to dry out until the sun hangs low enough to heat up the wall.

In october and november more chances of rain.

June could be an option.


Getting to the island
Plane or by boat with Balearia 902160180, Iscomar 902119128 or Buquebus 971405884

Rent a car, scooter or bike here

 

 






Disclaimer, please take note:
- before getting on a cliff You should always ceck how to get out of the water
- don't start a route on Your own or in rough seas
- never leave anything valuable in the car
- do not light fires


Useful links:
- http://www.dwsworld.com/mallorca/
- Blog post by Fustaki: 1 + 2



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