SA DRAGONERA IS AN ISLAND OF THE WEST COAST OF MALLORCA.
THE BIGGEST ATTRACTION IS DIVING BY A 50-METER VERTICAL WALL, WHERE WE CAN ADMIRE NUMEROUS SHOALS OF BARRACUDAS AND GROUPERS FLOWING DIRECTLY IN FRONT OF OUR EYES. UNDERWATER LANDSCAPES ARE DISTINGUISHED BY BLUE WATERS AND UNIQUE ROCK FORMATIONS.

Sa Dragonera is an uninhabited island. In 1995, Dragonera was declared a natural park. A rocky path runs all the way that connects the natural harbor of Cala Lado with the lighthouse at the southern tip of the island.
It is one of the most attractive dive sites due to its crystal clear water and geographical isolation.