In 1987 the Consell of Mallorca bought the island of Sa Dragonera, located south west of the island of Mallorca. Later, on January 26, 1995, the Balearic Government declared it Natural Park, along with the islands of Pantaleu, and Sa Mitjana.
The Natural Park of Sa Dragonera, consists of the islets of Pantaleu and Sa Mitjana and Sa Dragonera Island.
Has a significant marine influence area containing many of the resources used by the park's coastal wildlife.
Is separated of Mallorca, by a small channel of about 800 meters at its widest, and of little depth, where we can find sandy beds and covered in part by Posidonia Oceanica, a real submerged forest, refuge of many marine species of our coast.
On the Island Dragonera will find great variety of birds and terrestrial wildlife. Seagulls, cormorants, hawks and osprey among others, are part of a great variety of birds that inhabit all year round or specific seasonal periods.
It is an ideal place for lovers of nature in its purest form, and also, for nature photographers.