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Dropzone: Europe: Spain: Skydive Spain

Skydive Spain

Average Rating: 4.32
4.32 out of 5 based on 34 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  (15710 Hits)

Last Updated: 2016-01-03
Fleet: 3 x Dornier G92

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Required

AFF: 1435 EUR
Tandem: 220 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. 15,000 feet every load 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

Upcoming Events:

Start Date End Date Event
0000-00-00 From Zero to Hero Wingsuit Weekend
0000-00-00 AFF Residential Course (Followed by Progression Course)
2016-02-06 2016-02-07 TrackDayz
2016-02-09 2016-02-15 AFF Residential Course - FREE RESIDENTIAL PACKAGE!
2016-02-13 2016-02-14 From Zero to Hero Wingsuit Weekend
2016-02-19 2016-02-21 Dias ABC (Spanish)
2016-02-23 2016-02-29 Residential Progression Course
2016-02-27 2016-02-28 Formation Weekends
2016-03-12 2016-03-13 From Zero to Hero Wingsuit Weekend
2016-03-15 2016-03-21 AFF Residential Course
2016-03-19 2016-03-20 Formation Weekends
2016-03-26 2016-03-27 The canopy School - Beginner Active Piloting
2016-04-02 2016-04-03 TrackDayz
2016-04-04 2016-04-08 SkySaver Week
2016-04-16 2016-04-17 Formation Weekends
2016-04-19 2016-04-25 Residential Progression Course
2016-04-23 2016-04-24 The canopy School - Beginner Active Piloting
2016-04-29 2016-05-01 Dias ABC (Spanish)
2016-06-28 2016-07-04 Residential Progression Course
2016-09-20 2016-09-26 Residential Progression Course

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My absolute favorite dropzone - it's got that 'magic'

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: MsA on 2015-12-08

Pros: high altitude, excellent aircraft, extremely professional, open all year long, great team, very safe, can make 10 jumps
Cons: You have to enjoy being in the middle of nowhere to come here. Small village nearby, which is charming, but maybe not fo

I love this dropzone. It's my favorite in Europe. Maybe ever.

Always 15k jumps. Dorniers every day, every jump (they own 5 within the company).

Incredible weather. Huge hangars. Fun village nearby for drinks and dinner after jumping. Bar on the premises.

No matter when you go, there always seem to be jumpers from many different countries around. It's a melting pot of skill levels, experience, cultures and stories - which makes it a really fun dropzone to connect.

There's really something magical about Skydive Spain. It just has something!

(Review ID:8960)

Awesome place to do AFF course in

Skydive Spain Rated 4 by: ZedLepellin on 2014-09-15

Pros: Great stuff. very professional and put safety above all.
Cons: I think that the facilities is their worst quality

Went there to get A license. Had a great time and got what I wanted.

the company can help you with almost anything you need. accommodation, help with renting a car and even rent you a Bike.

Almost once in a month they have skysaver week. You should call and hear what offer they have in those weeks.

The staff is very professional and put safety above all. It might be a little stressful and feel like unfriendly but it is mostly for your own good (especially for AFF).

The DropZone itself is a little poor on Facilities. Very hot, bad toilets and the bar is a little far.

I will definitely recommend this place to whoever would like to do AFF course.

(Review ID:8651)

Skydive Spain

Skydive Spain Rated 2 by: wittekiel on 2014-07-05

Pros: good weather, instructor Sandra
Cons: staff was tired, no hospitality, absolutely not friendly and irritated, no properly coaching

As a student I went to Skydive Spain to fullfill AFF platinum course, this in combination with vacation with my family (wife + 3 children). To become skydiver was a dream since childhood and I wanted more self-trust. From the beginning I felt that I was "landed" in a group robots without emotions. Staff was tired, not motivated, also my instrucor. He had most of the time no time for me especially after a landing.

There was always an issue. Level 1 was good but with landing I flared to early with a smash on the ground as result. Mr Steve came to me, asked in a monotone manner if I a was OK and I had to stand up for checking this. He said without emotions what I did wrong and he left. I stand there waiting on my instructor but he didn't come. Just left alone after my first jump with a canopy on my back.

Level two: radio didn't work, I did not hear any instructions by radio....I landed in an angel of 90 degrees arrow and smashed down. I felt a little pain in my right foot. In the debriefing instructor said that I was a candidate to make severe injuries to myself and to others! The ground will always winning to me.

But I passed to level 3. In the evening I had to go to hospital. My foot was getting thicker and thicker with a lot of pain. Diagnosis: great contusion with ligaments overstraightened. I got a plaster and I absolutely has to rest. Today I went to skydive office to say I had to stop with the course. Brrrrr...what a coldness. I had also to wait again on my instructor because he was with a load. After his landing he was running to videoroom (was videoman) he saw me and raised his hand... I did the sign that I wanted to talk to him and again he rised his hand meaning that I had to wait for him.

After an half an hour of waiting....I went with my daughter to the car where my family was waiting.

First of all, sorry for my bad English maybe that's why I was not good treated well by staff and other people there. Except for the instructor Sandra...The only staffmember who had a warm heart I felt.

So after discussing of these mentionned issues above with my wife...I have decided to stop with skydiving (or to learn it) because I don't trust any more the radio and because I will always remember the words of Herrn Julian: " I was a candidate to make severe injuries to myself and to others! The ground will always winning to me " Is this (mental) coaching to a student of level 2???? Ohhhh yess...I lossed a lot of money also. Many "thanks" to all of you Skydive Spain...I will always be remembering you!

(Review ID:8562)

Their aim is to make your jumping as smooth as possible.

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: guv001 on 2014-06-11

Pros: An amazing DZ
Cons: None

Steve the CCI is welcoming and runs a really safe centre. He is always on hand to lend advice. The manifest staff are brilliant and do all they can to get you in the air as much as you want. The packers are excellent and really dig out to get you up and jumping within no time at all, meaning you can almost back to back. The planes are fast to altitude and the weather is great. All in all a great DZ with a really welcoming vibe. All disciplines were going on while I was there. Lots of nationalities which is always good.
(Review ID:8513)

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)

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