Cala Deya, which isn't covered by the projected marine reserve for the northern Tramuntana. | FLl. G.
Deya town hall is to ask the Spanish government to create a marine reserve that will cover the Deya coastline. The town hall believes that a marine reserve of some 1,500 hectares will greatly and rapidly increase fish stocks and improve marine biodiversity. This part of the Tramuntana coastline has been depleted by overfishing, but it is not included in the marine reserve project that is currently being prepared for the northern Tramuntana.