Saladar de Jandía
- Site number:1262
- Area:127 ha
- Designation date:24-10-2002
- Coordinates:28°03'N 14°19'W
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Saladar de Jandía. 24/10/02; Canarias; 127 ha; 28°03'N 014°20'W. Proposed Site of Community Importance EC Directive. One of the rare coastal saltmarshes on the Canary islands, extending along 2.5 km of the southern shore of Fuerteventura. The site contains many endemic invertebrates and reptiles, such as the lizard Gallotia atlantica mahoratae and the gecko Tarentola angustimentalis. It serves as a stopover and breeding site for several shorebirds. No human uses occur on site which is, however, adjacent to the expanding Morro Jable urban area and a coastal motorway. Ramsar site no. 1262. Most recent RIS information: 2002.
- National legal designation:
- Sitio de Interés Científico
- Regional (international) legal designations:
- EU Natura 2000
- Last publication date:24-10-2002
Ramsar Information Sheet (RIS)
Additional reports and documents
- A description of the site in a national or regional wetland inventory