It was eating at time of the photo.
Body colour: Brown/Grey
Tail: Turquoise Blue
First time saw one about three years ago. It was regularly seen at the same place. Over the past year, more have been observed in the same area, in different sizes/ages. They would instantly come out from between the cracks in the rocks on the slightest smell of food. Very brave and curious compared to other lizards, they would almost come and pick the food off your hand!
will add photos soon
On a campsite by the beach.
The Lacertidae are the family of the wall lizards, true lizards, or sometimes simply lacertas, which are native to Europe, Africa, and Asia. The group includes the genus Lacerta, which contains some of the most commonly seen lizard species in Europe. It is a diverse family with hundreds of species in 37 genera.