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Fundacion Handisport

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Enjoy An Activity Break in Sunny Mallorca

What better way to enjoy an activity break in Spain than through the medium of sports! All activities are carefully planned to accommodate the entire family and friends, with or without disabilities. Activities include sailing, waterskiing, canoeing, sailing, golf, diving and much more!

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Activity Breaks

Riding Therapy

Our riding courses are given in adapted facilities that include two rings, a classroom and direct access to the countryside and we have the equipment necessary for a safe ride. Horse-assisted therapy acts on the total person and takes advantage of both the capacity for empathy and relating to animals, as well as the body's physical characteristics and movement.


Blokart is still a new sport here in Spain and involves sailing on land. Guests are seated on a secure tricycle equipped with a sail and because of the adaptations so it can be used by by disabled and able-bodied users alike.


Playing golf here with us is nothing but fun! We have certified instructors with years of experience of working with disabilities. We only use the very best and most advance equipment, including the brand new paragolfer buggy! This vehicle allows people with physical disabilities and reduced mobility to access practically any part of the golf course and can handle differences in inclines of more than forty degrees.


We have a range of adapted material and new individual Otto Bock Superfour vehicles with total traction, power steering, protective cabin bars and independent suspension. By pushing a button, the seating unit automatically slides towards the front axis, which facilitates boarding. The vehicles can handle inclines of up to 40% and have an oscillating seat that ensures totally safe ascents and descents. We also have Hippocampe chairs.

Excursions take place on a 14-million-square-metre publically-owned rural property in Galatzó, which is located in the municipality of Calviá. There are four different itineraries: Sa Vinya (low difficulty level - approx. 2 hours, 23 minutes), Ses Sínies (low difficulty level - approx. 2 hours, 15 minutes ), Ses Planas (medium difficulty level ? approx. 2 hours) and S?Esclop (medium/high difficulty level - approx. 4 and a half hours)


We use the most suitable waterskiing equipment according to type of disability, e.g., participants with severe dysfunctional motor disabilities in the lower members (paraplegia, tetraplegia, espina bifida, amputation of both lower members, cerebral paralysis) are seated while they water-ski.

Our equipment has been adapted and we make all the gear needed for waterskiing under the safest conditions available. The boards used in this activity have skids on the sides to make them very stable and ensure a high degree of safety. Life jackets must be used in this sport and participants may opt to wear a helmet, gloves or neoprene suit. Users will be taught basic notions on how to handle the boards before they begin to water-ski.


We have double canoes (K2s) in which all users must be accompanied by a volunteer or assistant. Life jackets must be used. The boats feature automatic overflow and are unsinkable. Our approximately two-hour-long courses teach users basic knowledge in handling canoes before they set out to sea on hour-long or ninety-minute excursions based on the type of disability.


Adaptive sailing uses boats whose main difference lies in a series of adaptations that have been made for people with disabilities. The main adaptation is a bulb or counterweight placed in the end of the keel to provide greater stability and make it more difficult to upset the vessel. All our equipment has been adapted and individual adaptations are made according to participant.

Our facilities are completely accessible and an international frame of reference at both the beginners as well as competition levels; don't forget that the island of Mallorca is home to the Mediterranean's most important regattas.


All courses have been designed in collaboration with the Balearic Federation of Underwater Activities and feature instructors and aids with long experience in adaptive diving. Guests must have a medical certificate to take part.

Our introductory course last 3-4 hours and includes theoretical training that explains the details of the experience in which they will be participating and a practical part in a controlled environment (confined waters) where participants will be able to experience the sensations diving provides.

A slightly more advanced course has also been designed (Try Scuba Diver). This course consists in theoretical and practical classes (2 dives) that allow for better knowledge of the world beneath the sea. Upon completion of this course, participants are awarded a preliminary certificate of experience that does not allow them to dive independently, although it does allow them to dive under professional supervision. It also enables the first modules of the introductory diving course to be validated. The course lasts 2 days so that dives can be included. The introductory session does not lead to any type of diving certificate.
Fundacion Handisport
Polideportivo Municipal de Magaluf
Miño, s/n. 07181 Calvià
Costa Blanca

Award Winners...

In 2011, Fundacion Handisport won the award for 'Best Adventure and Tourism Product' for 2011. The competition was run by the prestigious Aire Libre magazine and the winner was voted for by 4000 people in Spain, a jury of journalists, agencies and FITUR members. The award was presented to Fundacion Handisport President, Christina Martin, by the President of The Balearic Islands, Jose Ramon Bauza and the Minister of Tourism, Carlos Delgado.

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