Manacor Coast

The rocky coastline is formed by marina and cliffs of little height that have originated numerous coves of extraordinary beauty and some caves of difficult accessibility. In these places one finds a completely drought-adapted flora, with some endemic species of the Balearic Isles.

On the sandy coastline calcareous coves in the low course of the torrents have been originated by accumulation of sediments. The vegetation is scanty and dispersed due to the salt-effect and coastal constructions which have seriously altered this landscape.

Natura 2000 has integrated into its network Manacor´s virgin coves: Cala Falcó, Cala Varques, Cala Sequer, es Caló des Serral, Cala Magraner, Cala Pilota, Cala Virgili and Cala Bota. The posidonia-meadows are the most significant habitat of piror interest of the Habitats Directive in this area. The tortoise careta careta is one of the typical species typical in this zone.

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