Llosa de Santa Eulària


The reef between the Isla Eulalia and the Isla Redona is not a good place for lighthouses – it seems, even the authorities have finally realized that fact, after two lighthouses sunk in the past years. In addition to the gorgeous dive spot which the reef is by itself, the lighthouses add their charm to the underwater world. The fragments lay in 6 to 15 meters.

3 possible dive spots with depths between 5-30 meters.

 

Riff1

 

 

 

Dive 1


Anchor site: South-west part of the reef. Max depth: 24 m

You dive South from the anchor site where the terrain slopes down to 24 meters. Many rock formations, cracks, and holes offer homes for fish and other underwater creatures. In 20 meters depth, remains from a 1918 sunken ship can be found within which moray eels and conger eels nest.

Fish population: Murray eel, conger eel, pulpos, gropers, barracudas and various swarm fishes

 

Riff2


Dive 2


Anchor site: South-west part of the reef. Max depth: 30 m


Sloping down to 30 meters from the anchor site, an impressive rock wall with various small caves, cracks and rock formations invite for exploration.

Fish population:  Murray eel, conger eel, pulpos, gropers, barracudas and various swarm fishes

 

Riff3


Dive 3


Anchor site: South part of the reef. Max depth 37 m


Descend in southern direction down to 37 meters. On 24 meters a sunken light buoy can be found in which some fishes have found a home.


Fish population: Murray eel, conger eel, pulpos, gropers, barracudas, tuna and various swarm fishes.

 

   
   

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