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Sport in Minorca

Vacation, sport and beach

Have you started fulfilling your purposes this 2019?

New year, new life, new challenges. It is what we all have in mind whenever a new year begins, but ... how many of those purposes is reality come true? well, if this year 2019 one of your purposes was to get fit, lead a healthier and sportier life, in Menorca we have the perfect combination of holidays, sports and of course a lot of beach.

Every year there is an event called "Compressport Trail Menorca Camí de Cavalls" is a challenge that involves going around Menorca by a path that borders the sea called "Cami de Cavalls" Traced more than 300 years ago by the English to defend the island of invading attacks. This challenge will take you to test your limits because you will have 40 hours at the most to give a 360 ° turn to the whole Island, facing different slopes while you cross the viewpoints and beaches, resulting in one of the most beautiful panoramas.

So, this year begins to fulfill your purposes and give extra value to your vacation with this challenge, which will be done, according to Menorca.info, on May 17, 18 and 19, 2019. Live your life to the fullest, with the best company and experiencing a fantastic vacation in Menorca.

I accept the challenge! inscription http://www.trailmenorca.com/

 

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Water Sports (Illes Balears)

Warm, limpid waters enable sports lovers to enjoy sailing, diving and swimming. Below is a list with helpful addresses and information about your favourite sport. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or the area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

Diving Centers of Ibiza & Formentera

Asociación de Centros de Buceo de Mallorca - Mallorca Dive Centers Association

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Horse Riding and Equestrian Activities (Illes Balears)

Visitors to our islands will be surprised by the local popularity of harness racing. The islands' racecourses offer the chance to enjoy exciting races and bet on the winner. Menorcan horse shows feature the beauty of the local breed and its special style of dressage. This following is a list of centres where you can practice or enjoy equestrian activities. We recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Hunting and Fishing (Illes Balears)

The following is a list that includes most of the centres that offer information about different hunting and fishing activities. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Aerosports (Illes Balears)

One of mankind's oldest desires - flying like a bird high over the islands coastal and inland areas - is now a reality in the Balearic Islands. Motorised or not, flying over the islands is an unforgettable experience. Hang-gliding, paragliding, hot-air balloons, ultralights, etc. This section includes a list with the most important addresses and information about your favourite sport. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Adventure Sports (Illes Balears)

The Balearic Islands are the perfect place for combining holidays with activities that will lend a touch of adventure to your stay: rock climbing, descents into ravines, etc.. This section includes a list with the most important addresses and information about your favourite sport. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Ball Games (Illes Balears)

Sports lovers at all levels will find the perfect installations for their favourite activities. The following list includes the most important addresses and information about ball games. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Track and Field (Illes Balears)

A number of different competitions are held throughout the year at tracks and velodromes as well as outdoors, and are open to residents and visitors alike. The following is a list with the most important addresses and information about these types of sport. We recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Table Games and Other Activities (Illes Balears)

The following list includes just a few of the many activities available in the Balearic Islands. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Automobile and Motorcycle Racing (Illes Balears)

Fans of these sports can participate as spectators or drivers in the wide array of different activities available. The following is a list with the most important addresses and information about your favourite sport. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Martial Arts and Others (Illes Balears)

The martial arts and olympian wrestling clubs in the Balearic Islands are famous, thanks to the world-class island athletes who have demonstrated their prowess in a number of competitions and allows our visitors to enjoy expert instructors while discovering new types of martial arts such as 'Joc Maonès'.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Indoor Gym Sports (Illes Balears)

Today's growing interest in physical fitness means that centres specialising in an extensive assortment of gymnasium activities are flourishing. A world of choices to suit the widest array of tastes, most of which can be found in the following list of addresses and information. Since this information is updated constantly, we recommend you contact the Tourism Offices on the island or area you plan to visit to confirm the latest additions to the activities you wish to enjoy.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Sharpshooting (Illes Balears)

One of the activities that made early Balearic inhabitants famous in ancient history was their skill at slingshots. Practice this ancestral form of marksmanship, along with other more modern activities, such as pigeon and skeet shooting.

Sport associations and entities search engine

List of sport federations

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Golf

Club de Golf Son Parc (Es Mercadal)

Inaguration: 1977
Design: Dave Thomas
Holes: 18

Par: 69
White bars m/yd: 5.169/5.654
Yellow bars m/yd: 4.872/5.329
Blue bars m/yd: 4.652/5.089
Red bars m/yd: 4.320/4.709

Services: driving range, putting green, chipping green, bunkers, hire of clubs, trolleys and buggies. Golf shop, bar and restaurant, 2 tennis courts.

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Golf Santa Ponsa III (Illes Balears)

Private golf course for club members only
9 holes
par 30
1.599 m
Tel:971 232 531
golf2@habitatgolf.es

www.habitatgolf.es

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Golf Santa Ponsa II (Illes Balears)

Private golf course for club members only
18 holes
par 72
6.053 m
Tel:971 232 531
golf2@habitatgolf.es

www.habitatgolf.es

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Rules and Safety Precautions (Illes Balears)

 

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Cycling tourism

Ciutadella-Cala Blanca (Menorca)

Time: Approximately twenty minutes
Distance: 4.7 kilometres
Difficulty: Very easy

The route starts from the city of Ciutadella and proceeds along the PM-V-7212 road to Cala Blanca. This short route is an excellent way to spend the day at the beach without a car.

Places of Interest:

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Safety precautions (Illes Balears)

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Maó-Sa Mesquida (Menorca)

Time: Approximately 30 minutes
Distance: 6.7 kilometres
Difficulty: Very easy

Leave Maó on the road to Ciutadella and a few kilometres later, turn right at the PM-V 710-1 road that goes to Sa Mesquida. The route is short, not quite 7 kilometres long, but it follows busy roads and cyclists must take precautions with traffic.

Places of Interest:

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Punta Nati-Cala Morell (Ciutadella de Menorca)

Time: Approximately 4 hours (one-way)
Distance: Approximately 8 kilometres (one-way)
Difficulty: Medium

This excursion follows a large part of Menorca's northern coastline and passes through several coves until it reaches the small village of Cala Morell. The trail begins in Punta Nati, which can be reached by a road that starts in northern Ciutadella, where cars can be left, and then simply follows the coastline the entire time. It passes through Cala Pous, Cala Morts and Sa Punta des Singles and covers rocky terrain over 50-metre-high, barefaced cliffs. After crossing the small S'Encletxa de S'Ull de Sol valley, the trail proceeds to an old stone wall and from there continues for three hours to Cala Morell.

Places of interest

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Ets Alocs-Penyal de sa Muntanya Mala (Ferreries)

Time: Approximately 3 hours (one-way)
Distance: Approximately 6 kilometres (one-way)
Difficulty: Easy

The excursion begins in the rocky cove of Ets Alocs, on the outskirts of Ferreries. To reach it, take the C721 road and turn north at kilometre 31.7 on the road to Ferreries to the abandoned hermitage. The trail follows the coastline along flat land until it reaches the foot of Mount Mala. It passes through Cala Pilar, a broad sandy beach, and after skirting Point des Carregador, Playa del Mar, a large natural harbour made up of large fallen rocks appears. Mount Mala is located on the far side of the harbour.

Places of interest.

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Port of Maó-Cala Sant Esteve (Maó)

Time: Approximately 2 hours (one-way)
Distance: Approximately 4 kilometres (one-way)
Difficulty: Easy

The excursion begins at the docks in the port of Maó, follows the coastline to Cala Figuera and continues to the village of Castell, where Cala Corb is located. The following stretch proceeds to Cala Fonts, a tourist area with many cafés and restaurants. After Cala Fonts, the trail veers away from the coastline to circumvent the Santa Ana residential estate, but soon retakes the coastal road until reaching Cala Sant Esteve, at the mouth of the natural harbour of Maó. Retake the trail to return to Maó.

Places of interest:

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