What is it?
S’Albufera de Mallorca has been declared as a natural park (1988), internationally important wetland, special protection area for birds (ZEPA) and a site of community importance (LIC). It is also included under the Ramsar and Red Natura 2000 conventions. It is the largest wetland in the Balearic Islands and a wide variety of flora and fauna can be seen.
09.00 to 18.00 from 1 April to 30 September.
09.00 to 17.00 from 1 October to 31 March.
Free of charge. A permit is required which can be obtained at the visitor centre (open from 09.00 to 16.00 all year round, except for Christmas day and New Year’s day).
Group visits require a special permit which must be applied for beforehand.
People with reduced mobility:
A Joëlette chair can be requested with prior notice. The visit will be organised as long as volunteers are available.
Location and contact:
Ctra. d’Artà to Port d’Alcúdia (Ma-12 km 26,7, next to the Els Anglesos bridge)
Telephone: 971 89 22 50
Web site: www.balearsnatura.com
Available public transport
|Monday to Friday|
The flora and fauna – above all bird life – at S’Albufera is rich and varied. The lie of the land also means that anyone can visit.
There are four possible route plans:
- Es Colombars trail. 1,325 metres long, featuring halophytic vegetation that has adapted to grow in high concentrations of salt.
- Sa Roca trail. Ideal for admiring the flora, fauna and landscape along a 760 metre long route.
- Es Cibollar trail. Rolls out in the centre of the park and is 725 metres long. The landscape is particularly stunning here.
Camí d’Enmig – Ses Puntes trail. We recommend that you do this 11.5 Km trail by bike in order to admire the various landscapes and ecosystems. Highlights are the various ethnological heritage elements en route.