Pollensa has a privileged geographic location for nature lovers; hikers will find a great number of choices through its landscapes.
The area has rich botanic native species that are manifested through different vegetal communities that go from the holmoak to the most extense areas of wild olive trees. Bush, rockroses and palm trees called “garbelló”, and there is even an endemic plant the Naufraga Balearica that grows in an area near the Cala Sant Vicenç mountain range. The ornithologists will also be able to enjoy the fisher eagle which is found in the Albufereta- natural reserve of 295 hectareas through which the Font de Mal Any and El rec torrents go and other species like the black vulture and the hawk.
Puig de Santuirí is a green space for public use located at 1.5 km from Pollensa on the road that joins Pollensa to Port de Pollensa Bay.
L´albufereta is an humid area of flooding swamps and fields of reeds. It has been lately declared a Natural Park.