On our trip to Punta Paloma we drove past Paloma Multiaventura and its human sized assault course. My curiosity got a little roused by the site of a Krypton Factor style arena in the middle of nowhere so I later returned to investigate.
Fancying myself as a bit of an adventurer I found Paloma Multiaventura pretty enticing. They offer plenty of group based activities from their base at Punta Paloma. But they don’t restrict themselves to the area.
Among the many adventures available is ‘Paintballing’ for those who fancy themselves as weekend Rambos . Prices for packages vary and their facilities comply with safety standard for both spectators and participants.
Another activity they offer is kayaking, one of my particular favourites. You can either go for a coastal trek around the Atlantic coast or the Mediterranean. If the sea isn’t your thing because you’re scared of sharks (like me) then you can take a river trek with them too.
There are also climbing expeditions with expert guides who will help you with ropes, harnesses and other related safety procedures, horse treks along the nearby dunes, quad bike adventures, mountain bike trips in the nearby hills and mountains where designated routes have been set out and the ever-so-popular kite surfing which is impossible to miss along Parc Natural del Estrecho.
For more details on their activities and for a list of prices get in touch with them at:
or call +34 654 423 983
Paloma Multiaventura truly live up to their name and if your group holiday needs a bit of danger then they’re the people to call.
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