S'Albufera de Majorca is a protected natural park that can be accessed from Playa de Muro. With a total of 2,036 hectares, S'Albufera is the largest and most important wetland area in the Balearic Islands.
If you are staying in Playa de Muro, you’ll be pleased to know that many of the hotels in the area have views of S'Albufera de Majorca Natural Park, as well as specific birdwatching services, one of the activities you can do in this natural zone.Hotels for birdwatchers
S'Albufera de Majorca is a true paradise for birdwatching. Here you’ll find up to 303 species of birds, which accounts for two thirds of the total number of species in the Balearic archipelago. More than 10,000 birds spend winter in s'Albufera, as well as large groups of starlings and migratory birds such as swallows, gargeny, cranes, etc.
At s'Albufera Natural Park, you’ll find 8 bird observatories and 11 observation platforms. Consult our calendar to find out which birds you can see at each time of the year.
S'Albufera de Majorca is ideal for walks with the family. When you arrive at the Natural Park, you’ll receive a map with four suggested self-guided itineraries: Colombars Itinerary, Sa Roca Itinerary, Camí d’Enmig - Ses Puntes Itinerary and Cibollar Itinerary.
All the park's routes are easy and suitable for pushchairs.
As you walk along the paths of s'Albufera de Majorca, you’ll discover local fauna and flora thanks to the numerous informative signs along the way.
The vegetation includes reeds, sorrel, white poplar and more than 200 species of fungi. As for fauna, there are plenty of eels, frogs, snakes, bats and nocturnal butterflies.
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