Being isolated from the rest of the continent for centuries, the species of the Balearic Islands have evolved in a particular direction, making Mallorca the cradle of numerous unique endemic species, which coexist with the local Mediterranean nature. An environment of immense richness, ecosystems and habitats such as salt marshes, wetlands, mountain areas, ravines and cliffs where numerous animal and plant species inhabit.

The fauna and flora of Mallorca hides its greatest diversity in the marine environment, where it is possible to find more than 400 species of fish, crustaceans and seabirds. Also, the island is home to one of the most characteristic figures, the Majorcan Boc. This wild goat is unique in the world, attracts the attention of everyone who visits the area with its reddish coat and open horns, and can be found exclusively in Mallorca.