Serra de Tramuntana
Unesco - World heritage
Serra de Tramuntana

Serra de Tramuntana Nature Area

The Serra de Tramuntana was declared a Nature Area in 2007, because of its rich diversity in terms of scenery, with wooded areas comprised of holm-oak and pine forests, reedbeds and other plant communities, which alternate with agricultural spaces such as olive groves. The area is remarkable for the large number of endemic species of flora and fauna. It includes specially protected areas such as the Sa Dragonera Natural Park, several Natural Areas of Special Interest (Áreas Naturales de Especial Interés - ANEI), two marine reserves, the natural monuments Torrent de Pareis and Fonts Ufanes, as well as numerous public estates which can be visited on foot, some of them with signposted routes and shelters.
Surface area: 63,084.00 hectares (1,123 marine hectares and 61,961 land hectares).
Location: In the north-west of Mallorca, occupying part of the municipalities of Alaró, Andratx, Banyalbufar, Bunyola, Calvià, Campanet, Deià, Escorca, Esporles, Estellencs, Fornalutx, Lloseta, Mancor de la Vall, Pollença, Puigpunyent, Santa Maria, Selva, Sóller and Valldemossa.