Excursion to Cabrera

Excursion to Cabrera

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

Themes: Beach Nature North of Mallorca

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01/07/2019 01/07/2019

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 completo con visita a la Cueva Azul a las 9:00 horas - duración de 3 horas y media
Skim across the waves as you embark on an exciting adventure to the largest uninhabited island in the Mediterranean – Cabrera.

Highlights
- Admire the stunning coastlines of Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park
- Visit the Blue Cave and dive into its crystal-clear waters
- Enjoy an unforgettable adventure suitable for the whole family

Dive in unbelievably crystal-clear turquoise waters teeming with fish, and admire the island’s spectacular rugged backdrop.

Choose how you wish to visit the picturesque Maritime-Terrestrial National Park Cabrera

Full Tour with Blue Cave
This is undoubtably the best way to discover Cabrera. Enjoy a tour of the archipelago and explore all corners of the beautiful island. Enjoy stops where you will be able to dive into its waters and, not forgetting the famous Blue Cave. Before the tour comes to an end, enjoy an hour on the island to explore the surrounding areas as you wish.

Maritime route with Blue Cave
Departing the nearby port of Colonia de Sant Jordi the trip to the island takes approximately 15 minutes. As you speed though the waves, listen as an audioguide explains the geology, history, flora and fauna of this amazing archipelago and find out how the small islands: Na Foradada, Na Pobre, Na Plana, L’Esponja, Na Conillera and Na Redona got their name.
Admire Cabrera’s dramatic cliffs as well as the Strait of L'Imperial, N'Enciola lighthouse, eagle nests, the natural port and bay as well as the castle. On the way back to Mallorca, the boat stops at Sa Cova Blava, a beautiful blue grotto, where you are able to dive into the crystal-clear waters.

The Landing and Blue Cave
This option is perfect for those who want more time exploring the island and less time sailing. After navigating through the small islands, disembark at Cabrera’s natural port, from where you are free to discover the island.
Relax on the pristine beach and cool off in the turquoise waters, visit the museum or sit back and contemplate the tranquillity of the island with a drink in Cabrera’s only bar. If you prefer to explore, climb up to the medieval castle dominating the harbour where you can enjoy fabulous panoramic views of the island and sea. On the way back to Mallorca, there will be a brief stop at the Blue Cave, where you are able to dive into the crystal-clear waters.

Languages
English, German and Spanish.

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Please note that the stop at the Blue Cave depends on weather and sea conditions.

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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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Summary

Excursion to Cabrera
Excursion to Cabrera