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Skydive Spain

Average Rating: 4.35
4.35 out of 5 based on 37 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  (24323 Hits)

Last Updated: 2018-09-21
Fleet: 3 x Dornier G92

Training: AFF, Tandem

AAD: Required

Hook Turns: Allowed

USPA Membership: Not Required

AFF: 1716 EUR
Tandem: 189 EUR
Video: 74 EUR
Jump Ticket: 28 EUR to 15000 ft


World class dropzone offering skydive experiences in the Southern Spanish sky.
15,000 feet of altitude every load, jumping from our fleet of DornierG92 turbine aircraft.
Known around the world for excellence in skydiving, with world class instructors, a fleet of DornierG92 aircraft, and a high standard of safety, Skydive Spain is the place for first time skydivers, experienced skydivers, and those who want to progress their skills in the sport.

Dare to dream big.

Come Fly With Us.


  • 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
2018-12-11 2018-12-17 AFF Residential Course
2018-12-21 2019-01-04 Christmas Boogie

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world class drop zone

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: Allonzi on 2018-02-14

Pros: high Freefly world class
Cons: landing area

one of my favorite drop zone with good vibe and highly professional staff, I recommend it for Freefly,tracking jumps and of course 15k is not everywhere.
(Review ID:9456)

I liked it....

Skydive Spain Rated 5 by: Bokdrol on 2017-07-26

Pros: It's a well staffed, well operated DZ
Cons: Not easy to access without your own vehicle

I was on a family holiday in Seville but had planned to get to this DZ for a few jumps. I took a taxi from Seville, which was expensive. The driver told me that was because the access road was not that good. When I arrived at the DZ the docs check/kit check went smoothly. Manifest were helpful and Cedric (who I later learned is a champion skydiver) took time out to show me the ropes and do the DZ brief. Due to the heat the DZ closed around 13.00 which suited me perfectly. I made some new friends, one of whom was doing AFF and who offered to drive me back to Seville and also collected/delivered me the next time I went to the DZ, thus solving my major transport issue. I went there to skydive, which is what I did. The fact that the other facilities (toilets etc) are a bit basic, worried me not a jot.
(Review ID:9332)

A great place to jump

Skydive Spain Rated 4 by: brunner on 2016-02-28

Pros: Great Aircrafts, Lots of jumps possible, good coaching programs
Cons: classical arrogant manifest, in general not so friendly staff but great jumper crowd

On regular weekdays it takes usually the first 90 minutes of sitting around in the morning until they have enough people to fill first load. The G-92s do not go up if they have more than 4 slots open. I have spend there more then 10 days by now and it is the same thing everyday, so you never know, when it will really start.

Once it runs, it does run well and despite the waiting time in the morning it is possible to do 10 jumps. Sometimes they have jump limits of 50 or 100 because of the winds, then the pace slows down a little.

Manifest is tipically arrogant and in my opinion the worst about this place. You allways have to wait and they make you feel like you have to beg for manifesting onto a load, or finding a coach or anything. Because of the many different regulations (USPA, BPA, etc) it is not clear for them what is allowed and what not. E.g. if you want to do a 4 - way freefly under BPA you need FF1 qualification but under USPA you can do it anytime even with A-License. At Skydive Spain it is up to the manifest to decide wether you are allowed to do a freefly or not, regardless of where you have got your license and how much experience you might have. They do this with absolute no system and constently get people angry. Same with some of the coaches.

Very good and not expensive food at the restaurant / bar, great landing area, fast rigging if required.

Other than the friendliness and manifest, this is really a great place to jump.

(Review ID:8992)

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)

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