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Skydive Spain

Average Rating: 4.37
4.37 out of 5 based on 30 user reviews

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Aeródromo La Juliana (LEJU)
Lat: 37.29591
Lng: -6.15887

Calle Virgen de los Reyes 3
Bollullos de la Mitación, Sevilla, 41110

+34 955 766 056  (10651 Hits)

Last Updated: 2014-02-16
Fleet: 3 x Dornier G92

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Not Required

AFF: 1435 EUR
Tandem: 175 EUR
Video: 100 EUR
Jump Ticket: 22 EUR to 15000 ft


We fly 7 days a week in the best weather in Europe. Always have a turbine aircraft on the DZ. Excellent for team training, back-backs possible. Highest altitude in Europe to get that extra freefall time in - very Freefly friendly. Very helpful and friendly staff.


  • Gear Rentals
  • Gear Sales
  • Rigging Services
  • Covered Packing Area
  • Creeping Area
  • Team Rooms
  • Video Rooms
  • Coaches
  • Load Organizers
  • Restaurant
  • Shop
  • Bar
  • Bunkhouse
  • RV Hookups
  • Camping
  • Showers
  • Pool

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A hectic, but very professional DZ.

Skydive Spain Rated 4 by: hjbuhrkall on 2014-03-21

Pros: 15000ft loads all the time!... 3xG92's... reasonable ticket prices...
Cons: a busy(hectic) dropzone...

I went to Skydive Spain for the christmas-boogie 2013.

All three Dorniers where flying, and during the entire boogie the only limit to how many loads you get, was how fast a packer you are.
we had some days of bad weather, but I still managed 32 jumps in 4 days.
(manifest is working pretty well).

There were many people at the dropzone, and the staff (though friendly enough) was under constant pressure.

I saw more of the load-organizers doing back-to-back, without any realistic time to do briefing/de-briefing...

all in all: the DZ is a really nice place if you are going to make a lot of jumps, but the atmosphere can be a bit too hectic for my taste.

(Review ID:8386)

A great dropzone with a very friendly and absolutely professional outlook

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: vincenzo57 on 2014-03-06

Pros: Great coaching, made to feel welcome, professionalism, very eager to assist at all times
Cons: none really

I went here to do my FS1 and B licence progression course. With such a lot of things to achieve I was amazed that I got so far, and now consider I have vastly more knowledge and ability than I did before. The shortage of time meant I only got to my 3 way but that was partly down to a few windy days, but all in all some great coaching from some brilliant people. The vibe here is great and everyone was willing to help.I will certainly go back here and would recommend it as a great place.
(Review ID:8381)

Fab DZ

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: Jow210 on 2012-04-07

Pros: Friendly and professional
Cons: None

Now that's what I call progression... What an amazing, experience, I haven't stopped smiling yet. With 240 jumps already under my belt finding the time and weather to get the necessary briefs and assessments done in the UK was proving tricky. Skydive Spain's B license progression course seemed like the answer, and I can not thank the instructors and staff enough. Nothing was too much trouble. Right from the initial stages of booking the course, through to goodbyes at the end of the week, everyone, without exception, was friendly, attentive and professional. The combination of first class instructors, and great facilities and friendly staff made for very easy learning. JM1 and CH2 to packing, rig inspections, and spotting, the briefs were well planned and informative. The added bonus of the most amazing FF instructor was the icing on the cake for me. Anyone having done their AFF looking for more knowledge, or working towards their B license, this is the course, and the DZ for you. 10/10 Skydive Spain (the smile factory) keep up the good work. I'll certainly be back.

(Review ID:7085)

Fantastic staff and great scenery when jumping

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: docoto55 on 2012-01-03

Pros: Brilliant DZ
Cons: None

Skydive Spain is so professionally well run (It is of course the sister DZ to Hibalstow in UK)
Nothing is too much trouble for the staff.
Fast aircraft and an exit at 15,000 or above!
Would recommend to anyone who wants to visit a really top DZ!

(Review ID:6970)

Great place

Skydive Spain Rated 4 by: gsxrmick on 2011-04-10

Pros: Aircraft, vibe and professional instructors
Cons: Hard to get to from non London airports

I learnt to skydive here in December 2010 under Pete and then Mishka. This place is nice and it looks as if they mean to be proud of their DZ as everything is tidy and kept in top notch condition.

There are lots of instructors who are never too busy to give you advice if you need it.

There is plenty of equipment for dirt dives creepers, a movable arch table other places don't have.

They have three large screens to debrief you and tell you of your mistakes or areas needed for improvement. A very large packing area as well as reasonably proced jump tickets. The lifts are continuous throughout the day where 20-30 a day is a slow day.

The only bad point is that the PLA is rather small with one side completely off limits. It also baked rock solid at times with a large ditch running around it making the PLA even smaller. Off landings can result in a very very long walk back due to the high fence all around the drop zone unlike other places.

But overall a very enjoyable and pleasant drop zone which is well run.

(Review ID:6318)

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