Excursion to Cabrera

Excursion to Cabrera

Spend a dreamed weekend in Mallorca and take advantage to visit this protected paradise called Cabrera.

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01/06/2019 01/06/2019

Capdepera, Mallorca

About the city

Capdepera is a historical village just 8 km from Artà. Originally there had been a watchtower where the Castle of Capdepera stands today which was used to guard the coast. In 1300 James II of Aragon ordered the construction of a fortified village which would control the uninhabited land below and the maritime routes with Majorca. For centuries the town survived behind its walls protected from pirate attacks. As the danger of such attacks disappeared residents of the walled town started to relocate themselves at the bottom of the 162m hill which led to the development of modern-day Capdepera. The better known town of nearby Cala Ratjada actually developed as the fishing and trading port of Capdepera and to this day operates a ferry service with neighbouring Minorca.

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Cabrera Island

day 0 - Tour por la isla, desembarco y visita a la Cueva Azul a las 9:30 horas - 6 horas
Visit the desert island of Cabrera by speed boat. This idyllic isle is the largest uninhabited island in the Mediterranean. Bathe in unbelievably turquoise waters teeming with fish, beautiful beaches and spectacular rugged scenery. Cabrera and the waters that surround it are a National Park, and dolphins and sea turtles are often spotted along with thousands of sea birds.

If you choose the Maritime route with blue grotto option, The boat leaves the nearby port of Colonia de Sant Jordi and the trip takes around 15 minutes. As you speed though the waves, an audio guide explains the geology, history, flora and fauna of this amazing archipelago consisting of small islands: Na Foradada, Na Pobre, Na Plana, L’Esponja, Na Conillera and Na Redona. Admire Cabrera’s dramatic cliffs as well as the Strait of L'Imperial, N'Enciola lighthouse, eagle nests, the bay of the port and the castle as we sail underneath. On the way back, the boat stops at Sa Cova Blava, a beautiful blue grotto, where you can dive into the crystal-clear waters.

The Landing and Blue Cave option is for those who want more time exploring the island and less time sailing. After navigating through the small islands, we disembark at Cabrera’s natural port, from where you are free to discover the island, go for a swim in the pristine waters, visit the museum of relax with a drink in Cabrera’s only bar. Climb up to the medieval castle dominating the harbour where you can enjoy fabulous panoramic views of the island and sea. We depart at a specified time to the Blue Cave, where weather permitting we enter to take a refreshing dip.

Languages
The crew you will attend you in English, German and Spanish.

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Voucher type: Printed
Printed Voucher. Print and bring the voucher to enjoy the activity.

Location
Starting point:
C/Gabriel Roca, 18
Customers must be at the meeting point 30 min before the departure of the tour.

End point: Same as starting point

Schedule
Opening dates


Requirements
Remember to bring the voucher and valid photo ID with you
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Excursion to Cabrera
Excursion to Cabrera