Flora and Fauna

The natural, cultural and ecological treasures to be found at Punta de n’Amer, a headland nestling between Sa Coma and Cala Millor, have earned it the status of a Natural Area of Special Interest.

Stretching out some 200 hectares, this is many landscapes in one, featuring sand dunes, farming land and pine and juniper groves. In addition to the area’s typical plants, such as the lliri blanc de marina (white sea lily), visitors should also keep an eye out for other living jewels such as the fonoll marí (samphire) and the saladina (a type of limonium).

And when it comes to wildlife, this area is home to mammals such as the ratolí de rostoll (wood mouse) and wild rabbit, or a variety of bird species including the corb marí (cormorant), the busqueret (Balearic warbler) and the virot (Cory’s Shearwater).

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