Flora and fauna

The S’Albufera Nature Park, with its outstanding natural heritage, is home to two thirds of all the animal species to be found on the Balearic Islands.

Countless species of birds and fish find food and shelter among the lagoons and reed beds of these impressive wetlands. Following the signposted trails or bird watching from the observation huts guarantee an excellent day out for all the family.

The coastline in this area features a wide expanse of sand and a closely-protected dune system shaped by the wind. It is the habitat of Posidonia oceanica - commonly-known as Neptune grass - which is particularly appreciated by divers as it contributes to ensuring the quality and transparency of the waters.

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