Interested in snorkelling, lizard watching and pirate towers?
It’s all in a visit to Sa Dragonera island with a 5-hour boat trip offered on Click Mallorca.
Sa Dragonera is an uninhabited island off the southwest coast of Mallorca and a protected nature reserve which is home to over 350 different plant species and numerous native animals including the Lilford’s wall lizard, endemic to the Balearics. Pirates, like the famous Barbossa, were also apparently fans of the island, using it as a base for their attacks on Majorcans back in the day.
The boat leaves from Santa Ponsa and sailing along the coastline to a perfect spot for swimming and snorkelling, followed by a full lunch and plenty of sangria.
Next stop, Sa Dragonera, for an hour visit free for hiking, swimming, a tour of the museum and of course, lizard watching before heading back to the coast.
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