Mallorca Environment: Calvia Tree Catalog


Pine forest at Santa Ponsa beach, Calvia.

30-09-2021MY. Canellas

The town hall of Calvia approved a new catalog of unique trees and groves in the Municipality, which includes 36 trees and groups of classified trees and protects around 1,000 specimens of trees, shrubs, palms and dragon trees.

The new catalog is divided into 8 groups: holm oaks, possessió or lledoner trees, coastal trees and dune systems, trees in wetlands, exotic species, carob trees, shrubs, olive trees and pines.

The groves cataloged for their particular environmental interest include: the oak groves of Torrent des Cohans; the tamarinds and pine forest of Santa Ponsa beach; the pine forest of Grande Torà beach; the forest by the Santa Ponsa stream; tamarinds from sa Porrassa and Salobrar in Magalluf; the palm trees of Ca’n Trujillo; the carob trees of the Hort de Son Bugadelles; olive trees in Ses Cinc Germanes and pine forest on the Ma-1015 road.

The new catalog has been developed using technical work carried out by Eulen Group; Fonte Francisca Sánchez and Eduardo Cózar Chilleron of the Environment Department of the Town Hall of Calvia and of the Managers and Owners of public and private domains which contain numerous cataloged trees.


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