The 10 best Coasteering spots in Europe

Coasteering is a new adventure-activity, derived from canyoning, which perfectly combines cliff jumping, swimming, abseiling and climbing.

Bursting with fun and adventure, this sport stands out because of its jumps from the rocks the fact that it can be practiced in the ocean, not only in white water. Coastal canyoning is a discipline that comes from the British Isles, designed to let you discover nature along the coast and in places that are often difficult to access. It’s also an opportunity to discover the history of exceptional cliff formations and to know a little more about these slightly terrestrial paradises. Coasteering unique nature requires all adventurers to be extremely respectful of the environment, as you evolve on the route using only on natural elements.
In this article we explore some of the most beautiful coasteering spots in Europe which make for an unforgettable day out with family or friends.


Head to the Balearic Islands in the Mediterranean and check out one of the most paradisiacal Spanish islands. Mallorca is renowned for its incredible seaside resorts, protected coves, limestone mountains and Roman ruins. There are countless adventures to be had in Mallorca but fitting in time to go coasteering is an absolute must in thes idyllic location. Choose between one of the four coasteering sites of the island: Alcudia, Cala Romantica, Magaluf and Paguera, bearing in mind the weather conditions and your level of competence. Venture into this exciting new activity and get ready full dose of adrenaline.


Explore the Irish coast from a different perspective and discover the Wild Atlantic Way. Jump, swim and climb with the highly experienced specialists in coasteering and hiking in Ireland who will guide you along the incessant swell of the Atlantic. Some jumps even tower at 15-metres high! The Iveragh and Beara Peninsula coast in southwestern Ireland is one of the most beautiful and picturesque regions in the country, so zip up your wetsuit and put on your helmet and set off on a wild Irish adventure!


The largest Greek island, Crete, is a sure-fire paradise for nature lovers. Home to immense sandy beaches like Elafonisi, mountainous reliefs like Mount Ida and even the cave of Ideon where Zeus was born according to Greek mythology. Get your coasteering gear on and explore hidden and seemingly inaccessible places, jump off the Cretan coast and be blown away with the beauty hiding around every corner. Set out on a 3-hour session during which you can swim, cliff dive, explore hidden coves, leap across rocks and even learn a little geology. If you’re feeling extra adventurous, the route can always be changed to suit your skill level and keep your adrenalin levels topped up. This wonderful sport of coasteering really allows you to see areas of a coastline that you would otherwise have no chance of accessing and experience the power and challenges on nature in a unique way.


There is no better way to discover the natural beauty of Lisbons surroundings than via the coasts and by mixing in some swimming, climbing and cliff jumping. Coasteering is becoming one of the most popular water activities in the Arrabiada Natural Park, as it lets you experience the wild coast of Sesimbra in an exhilarating way that leaves you feeling pumped up and inspired. In addition, it’s easily on of the most dynamic, yet accessible, ways to explore and enjoy the beauty of the coastline.

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