Flora and fauna

Minorca is committed to conserving its environmental heritage for future generations. Five nature reserves, a marine reserve and no fewer than nineteen Natural Areas of Special Interest are clear proof of just how seriously the island’s residents take their commitment to their natural habitat.

To the north-west of the island lies the S’Albufera des Grau Nature Park, Minorca’s largest wetland. This outstanding natural wonder is home to over a hundred species of migratory birds, reptiles and fish. The island also conceals countless underwater caves, land grottos and ravines that further add to its priceless environmental treasures.

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