By Francisco Cortez
The number of visitors to Balearic nature parks and reserves, including Cabrera’s National Park and the natural area of the Tramuntana mountain range, rose last year by 11 percent.In total 286, 539 people visited some of the regions most beautiful natural areas, compared with the 258,131 of 2013.
Boosted by the number of tourists, figures registered last year were the highest of the last five years, according to government reports.
Overall figures include visitors registered in information and interpretation centres, the number of people who camped in mountain refuge accommodation and participants in different environmental programmes and activities that took place in s’Albufera de Mallorca park, Peninsula de Llevant, Mondrago, Ibiza’s and Formentera’s ses Salines, s’ Albufera des Grau and in the natural reserves of s’Albufereta, es Vedra, es Vedranell, the small islands of Ponent, Cabrera and the Tramuntana mountain range.
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