This is a lovely little day trip out if you're staying in Menorca and want something a bit different to do. The National Park is easy to find, and has a small visitor centre where you can get a map and look at the guides. There are 3 walks, 2 you can do from the visitor centre, and one from Es Grau (the small coastal town a short drive away). None are very long (he said 20 and 30 minutes but it took us longer) but if you're not used to dry heat, they are long enough! The ground is rocky so not suitable for pushchairs or wheelchairs (we carried our baby in a carrier), except the path from Es Grau, which is also shaded.
There's a good range of wildlife which is easy to spot. We saw an egret colony, 4 kinds of fish, various ducks, different kinds of grasshoppers, a couple of lizards, a black rabbit, and best of all, a tortoise! There are pretty trees, flowers and cacti as well.
Take plenty of water and your binoculars and enjoy a nice trip out.
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