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Discover the marine wildlife of Pollensa!

In some places on the coast of Mallorca, the crystal clear and calm waters of the Mediterranean combine with the limestone composition of the seabed of the Serra de Tramuntana which acts as a sanctuary to the native flora and fauna creating a “Swiss cheese” full of beautiful caves, tunnels and rock formations which are full of life... Puerto de Pollensa is one of these lucky places where diving becomes a spectacular and unforgettable experience!


The thousand and one possibilities in Pollensa bay


In Pollensa and its surroundings there are plenty of perfect spots to go diving where you can enjoy exploring Mallorca’s seabed: la Punta Avanzada, protected from currents and waves, is the ideal place for scuba diving baptisms and discovering the largest living organism in the world: the Posidonia meadows! 

With a shallow dive you can discover the animals that inhabit the Posidonia Meadows and feel miniscule while exploring an ecosystem of great environmental value.

Jeronimo Cave

The most famous dive in Pollensa bay! We start the dive by entering the cave: a giant space with huge stalactites illuminated by the light that enters the cave and fills it with bluish tones. After this incredible experience, we follow along a wall to observe some of Mallorca’s marine fauna, octopus, moray eels, conger eels or groupers, prowling around there.


Es Colomer

A dive for experienced divers who want to explore the limestone seabed of the Serra de Tramuntana. Located between Cala Sant Vicenç and Formentor, it is an uninhabited island with a tunnel that crosses it from one side to the other and takes divers to a sandy bottom with pointed rocks.




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