Spanish port authority restricts boat access at tourist beaches, introduces charges


Action taken to protect areas of Posidonia seagrass around the Balearic Islands

In a move aimed at protecting the sensitive Posidonia seagrass areas located around Spain’s Balearic Islands, the Balearic Ports Authority (Ports de Illes Balears) recently introduced a charge for boats wishing to anchor near to the areas.

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