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Adventure Sports

Activities / Adventure Sports
Adventure Sports

Are you an adventure sports enthusiast? Would you like to get to know Mallorca while trekking through its mountains and wild landscapes? If so, this is the activity you’re looking for. 
Complement your Spanish lessons with adventure sports while discovering some of the most impressive sights that can be seen in Mallorca. These are activities for those who want to learn Spanish in a unique way while enjoying the unforgettable panoramic landscapes that this island has to offer. 

Vertical challenge
Mountainbike tour
Rock climbing

All instructors are highly qualified professionals.

other activities


For those wanting contact with nature and heritage, this activity is a symbiotic fusion of sport, culture and the environment. Discover Mallorca outdoors, walking through mountains and enjoy the amazing views:

- Torrent de Pareis
La Victoria & Smugglers cave
Orient to Castell d´Alaró
Explore unspoilt beaches
Sóller to Deià
Puig de Galatzó
Puig Major
Coll Baix



Are you a fan of Mediterranean dishes? Does cooking help you relax? Do you like to try new recipes? Well then what better option than to learn Spanish while you eat your way to the heart of traditional Spanish cooking? Familiarize yourself with its textures, colours, scents and flavours that will be sure to get your mouth watering. 

All Spanish cooking workshops will introduce you to the famous recipes of the Mediterranean diet, (known to be the healthiest diet in the world) which is characterized by its use of extra virgin olive oil, garlic, vegetables, seafood, fish, cheese, legumes and, of course, wine. 

Learn how to cook some of the most well-known Spanish dishes like Spanish tortilla or paella, so once you are back home you will be able to cook them for your family and friends.

- Spanish wines and tapas tasting: Did you know that Mallorca produces amazing wine? And there is no better way to enjoy wine than with typical Spanish tapas!
- Tapas and Paella Workshop and Santa Catalina Market visit: This workshop will allow you to see and enjoy the whole cooking process from the very beginning. Buy all your ingredients in Santa Catalina market, and then learn to cook and finally enjoy your delicious and genuine Spanish meal.
- Guided tour of Majorcan wineries.
- Learn Spanish cuisine secrets: cook it and eat it!
And many more..


Free Activities

Taplingo offers all students the option of joining our free evevning activities. A range of social activities that take place in the evening and that will help you mix with the locals and discover the activities that Spanish people enjoy.

- Intercambios: Meet the locals and speak Spanish with native speakers over a glass of Spanish wine.
- Ruta Martiana: Tapas route that takes place every Tuesday evening at some of the most traditional mallorquin bars and restaurants. The tour is located in the centre of the old town of Palma, so you can enjoy not only the food and drink, but also the beautiful buildings at night.
- Ruta del Llonguet: Try Mallorca's traditional llonguets (mallorquin sandwiches) every wednesday evening in different bars, restaurants and "forns" around Palma. 
- Cinema a la fresca: Discover the outdoor cinema Palma offers during the summer in Parc de la Mar. You will be able to watch films in Spanish while enjoying a warm evening.

We have a different activity every night and these vary every two weeks.


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Why Spanish?


Achieve a level that allows you to communicate with international businesses and broaden your job opportunities.

Be able to visit and communicate in 21 countries.

Learn and experience new cultures and customs.

Why in Mallorca?


Discover some of the most beautiful beaches in the world as well as unique cultural experiences; take advantage of the water sports and hiking to see the natural beauty of the island.

Experience Spanish learning surrounded by native speakers and join in on their day to day activities.

Learn in small classes that will allow you to have maximum student to teacher attention.

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Natural Park of Sa Dragonera

Natural Park of Sa Dragonera

Sa Dragonera has belonged to the Majorca Council since 1987, but it was only in 1995 that the Government of the Balearic Islands approved the declaration of Natural Park. Natural Park of sa Dragonera Even though the Natural Park is named sa Dragonera, it also includes the islet of Pantaleu, the island Mitjana and els Calafats within its protected area, because of their shared environmental conditions, they are very valuable due to their magnificent state of natural conservation. Sa Dragonera has belonged to the Majorca Council since 1987, but it was only in 1995 that the Government of the Balearic Islands approved the declaration of Natural Park in order to guarantee the conservation of this space, and show it to all that want to know it. The island of Sa Dragonera is, geologically, the continuation of the Majorcan Serra de Tramuntana, but its vegetation is not the same because it is conditioned by the dimensions of the island, by the steep topography and the influence of the sea. The most common vegetation is littoral, in rocky areas, the coastal areas, the brushwoods of wild olive trees and rosemary, which is very abundant. Concerning the fauna of the park, its name Dragonera gives much away. The common gecko and the lizard are the only known reptiles on the island of sa Dragonera. In fact, apart from the birds, there were no mammals until the arrival of humans. In this way rabbits, goat, sheep, hedgehogs and rats were introduced, some of them for specific purposes and others in accidentally. The vell marí was an autochthonous mammal inhabiting the area, but declined in number and, in fact, there are now just a few left in the Mediterranean. The cetaceans that still can be frequently seen are the common dolphin and the dofí mular. As usually happens in natural parks in coastal areas, birds are the most habitual fauna, numerous and diverse. Sa Dragonera, Pantaleu and la Trapa were declared ZEPA areas (Bird Special Protection Zone). The most frequent marine species are the puffin, cormorant, virot, vulgar seagull and red seagull. Among the percy birds, are the peregrin falcon, the falcó marí, the kestrel and the little owl.

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