The s'Albufera des Grau Natural Park covers more than 5,000 hectares, where a large variety of animals and plants live. This protected area is located in the north-east of the island; in it we find a 2 km long lagoon, a long coastal road and numerous fincas on which we can admire the traditional field work.
The s'Albufera of Grau Natural Park has the largest wetland area of Menorca and one of the most important of the Balearic Islands. Menorca has the honor of being declared a Biosphere Reserve by the UNESCO since 1993, and the Albufera des Gray is, without any doubt, the ecological centerpiece why the island was given this title.
There live birds such as cormorants, herons or fish eagles, which you can observe from the observation points. A great natural reserve with fauna and flora of priceless value
The Rodríguez Femenías Park's guest center offers guided tours to discover the great diversity of species and to discover this vast natural landscape with its megalithic buildings, Roman finds, unspoiled beaches with crystal clear waters, lagoons, fields, forests, cliffs and a variety of landscapes.