Gimnasio Esparta

Avenida de Lugo, 173-bajo 15703 Santiago De Compostela (A Coruña)
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Description of Gimnasio Esparta

Gimnasio Esparta is a sports centre dedicated to training sports people in Galicia, where here they will find our very complete facilities where they can get into shape while enjoying a great variety of services and commodities. 

Among our services, we must highlight our climbing wall located in the city of Santiago de Compostela. Rock-climbing lovers are in luck since, finally, they have found a place where they can practice this sports modality in our quality facilities. 

The characteristics and facilities of our climbing wall in Gimnasio Esparta are:
  • Number of climbing holds: 200. 
  • Square metres available to climb: 20 
  • Material of the panels: Fimapan 2 cm. 
  • Height: 4,5 metres.
It offers the possibility of a very varied climbing domain, with overhangs located at different angles, fissures... Assisted by our team of professional instructors, you will be able to practice with several and specific exercise boards with which you will improve your climbing technique as you advance across the holds that configure our climbing wall. 

The floor is reinforced with mattresses and mats to guarantee the safety of the climbers. In order to access our facilities, you will need to be a member of Gimnasio Esparta, or buy one of our individual tickets (you can also buy a voucher for several sessions, or a monthly voucher). 

Get in touch with us and request any information you need without compromise. You will get hooked on climbing. 

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