Flora and fauna

Majorca’s eastern peninsula is made up of a wide range of habitats.

Parc de Llevant is a 1,700 hectare nature reserve that provides special protection for birds, and is home to colonies of Audouin’s gulls, Eleonora’s falcons, booted eagles and sparrowhawks. It is also renowned for its colonies of Hermann’s tortoises.

Also well worthy of note in this region is the wealth of flora. Visitors will be able to admire pine and holm oak forests, as well as the vegetation typically associated with Majorca’s characteristic garigue.

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