The Marine Reserve has an invaluable function: to preserve Mallorca's complex marine ecosystems and keep them alive and healthy. It is also a popular place for divers, thanks to its shallow depths and abundant underwater life.
The Marine Reserve is managed by a consortium formed by the Government of the Balearic Islands, the Directorate General of the Sea and Coasts of the Autonomous Community of Mallorca, the Autonomous University of Barcelona and the Spanish Institute of Oceanography. These entities work together to protect the reserve's resources and promote environmental education.
The reserve has become a popular destination for divers, snorkelers and tourists from all over the world. Visitors can enjoy the crystal clear waters, colorful coral reefs, unique species of fish and breathtaking views of Mallorca's exotic seascapes.