This protected area includes a wide variety of environments with varying degrees of human intervention: wetlands, agricultural land and livestock, forests, a coastline with cliffs and beaches, islands and marine area, turning the place into an example of harmonious coexistence between nature, well preserved, with human activities carried out by the inhabitants and visitors to the island. In Menorca, civilization, culture, flora and fauna found balance through a relationship of mutual respect and productive contribution of resources between environments.
It is an ideal to go with family, especially with small children area, as it has a sandy cove and a water depth of 50 to 60cm during the first 60 meters from the sea. Moving inland, has sand dunes and a small density of forest in which you can see a lot of native fauna: The Mediterranean turtle is one of the most seen species, but may be different rodents [voles, squirrels, weasels (Family ferret)], fish, birds, birds and a variety of insects.
CURIOSITY: In Es Grau live tiger beetle, one of the fastest animals on the planet. Runs at a speed of 8km / h, depending on their size, that equals a person run at 360km / h.