Torrevieja council commissioned a team of experts, led by a doctor of biology and manager of the Latizal Company, Felix Carrillo, who has now announced the results of his work to catalogue trees and groves of significant interest in the urban area.
In the publication you will be able to find the most relevant specimens in the city including date palms which are more than a century old and 12 meters high. Some of them are located in palmeral de Ferrís and la avenida de Los Marineros de la playa del Cura. They will now be protected by Valencian law and include olive trees with a trunk diameter of over three meters, araucarias, garroferos and rare eucalyptus trees
One of them is the highest tree in Torrevieja, 28 meters high, in the park at Doña Sinforosa.
Cllr Fanny Serrano who was also at the press conference said that the town council has also published an album of stickers featuring the most striking examples that will be distributed in the primary education centres in the town.