The visits to the Medas Islands vary from 1.5 to 2.5 hours by boat.
The Medas Islands, together with Cabo de Creus and Portlligat, make up the largest Marine Reserve in Europe. First used as a hideaway of pirates and corsairs and later as a prison, the Medas Islands are today a privileged location for scuba divers due to their wealth of marine life. Medallot, Meda Grande, Meda Pequeña, the Ferrenellas, Tascó Grande, Tascó Pequeño and Caballo Bernardo, make up this island group of over 21 hectares. The islands have moorings to enable you to spend a relaxing day contemplating their protected scenery.
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17256 Platja de Pals (Costa Brava) Girona - Spain - GPS: 41º59'43.69" N, 3º11'50.00" E