The Moroccan Rock Lizard is basically a North African species. The only population in Europe on western Menorca is likely to be a result of (historic) introduction. The specimens from Menorca refer to the nominate subspecies Teira perspicillata perspicillata.
Teira perspcillata is a well-climbing, agile lizard wich may be quite approachable, similar to some Podarcis species.
These pretty lizards show a fine "dot pattern". Their lower eyelid has a "tranparent window": When halfway closed, it may appear as if they wear glasses.
By these external characters, they can easily be separated from Podarcis siculus, which also occurs on Menorca.