Two American men died on Monday in a sea cliff climbing accident in Mallorca.
Police believe the pair, aged 25 and 35, had been deep-water soloing (also known as psicobloc, in which participants free-climb around caves and rocks over water) and fell following a rockslide, reported El Mundo newspaper.
Emergency services workers retrieved the bodies from the water. The victims’ names were not released.
Spain’s Civil Guard agency is investigating.