Bird Watching in Majorca

Puerto Pollença is a well known bird-watching point in the North of Majorca, just a short drive away from Monnaber Nou. Any birdwatcher should come to Majorca to admire the great variety of bird species that either live on the island or stop here during their migration flights between Europe and Africa. S’Albufera, between Puerto…

Horse in S’Albufera

Nature Reserves in Northern Majorca

Majorca has many nature reserves were visitors can admire the island’s extraordinary natural beauty. Between Puerto de Alcudia and Ca’n Picafort, less than a 15 minute drive away from Monnaber Nou, the wetland of S’Albufera is home to approximately 400 species of flora and also a very important fauna diversity, including 250 bird species, 20…


Black Vulture Conservation in Majorca

Majorca is the only remaining island in Europe where the Black Vulture is still native. The Aegypius monachus has become extinct in all other Mediterranean islands it inhabited. In fact, this endangered species is extinct in almost the whole of Europe. There is only an important population of these beautiful birds on the Iberian Peninsula,…