FAQs

Mallorca Shooting Simulator is located in Av. S’Olivera 11. Magaluf (Calviá). Mallorca. Islas Baleares.

Within our facilities is the famous Hotshots room dedicated to the Wild West.

Our usual opening hours are 10 a.m. to 10 p.m.

We advise you to book in advance to avoid finding that the simulator is busy, or we have moved it outside for a private event.

There are 30-minute and one-hour sessions. We recommend the one hour sessions as this way you can improve the weak points that the client wishes, but also enjoy the multiple options, finishing with a competition that will undoubtedly leave a good memory.

If there are several of you coming along, an hour is sure to fly by.

The shooting analysis programmes are designed for one or two people, but of course more can attend and take turns. In competitions there are duels between two people, but it is also possible to organise turn-based competitions where an unlimited number of people can participate. In each of the two rooms we recommend 4 people for a better experience, but you are welcome to come with 4 other people. By using two rooms at the same time we can cater for groups of up to 15 people, which allows us to hold private events, birthdays, etc.

We have soft drinks, beer and mixed drinks for our customers, as well as “tapas”. It is not possible to consume food or drinks from outside or to take glasses out into the street.
By law it is not possible to smoke on the premises.

We have different weapons available to our customers depending on the modality they wish to practice. Our shotguns are very real, with the same weight as a real one. They only have no recoil, which makes them easy to use for beginners. We also have rifles and pistols, and two lighter rifles for children.
For the Wild West programme we have 4 sturdy guns for the most fun.

100% Secure
We do not use live ammunition so the activity is totally safe.
Our weapons are equipped with a laser system captured by special cameras that allow the calculations to be carried out with the highest precision.

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