Cabrera Archipelago National Park

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Cabrera Archipelago National Park

Cabrera Archipelago National Park

Location and municipalities


South of the island of Majorca, in the Balearic Islands.


Majorca (Balearic Islands)


Cabrera Archipelago National Park


  • Boat trips
  • Routes around the Park
  • Swimming

Cabrera Archipelago National Park

"Ses Salines" del Parque Nacional de Cabrera Visitor Centre

Visitor centres


Calle Gabriel Roca, s/n. esquina Plaza Es Dolç
Colónia de Sant Jordi, Ses Salines (Majorca)

Contact details


From Feb 01 to Nov 30
Monday to Sunday
10:00 to 14:00
15:00 to 18:00

Closing period
From Dec 01 to Jan 31

Cabrera Archipelago National Park


It's a little over an hour from Majorca, and is formed by a series of islands (the main one is Cabrera) that are home to bird colonies. And the star attraction: it has one of the best conserved seabeds in Spain. When you get there, note the crystal clear waters and the meadows of posidonia seagrass on the sea floor. What animals can you find there? If you look skywards you'll see Audouin's gulls and Eleonora's falcons. And if you're underwater, you'll see some of its 200 species of fish. What's on offer in the park? To get there, take one of the sightseeing boats that leave from Majorca (advance booking required). Once there you'll find routes both with and without a guide (the latter need to be pre-booked) up to Cabrera Castle and the N'Ensiola lighthouse. The underwater cliffs reach a depth of up to 90 metres. However, prior authorisation is needed for scuba diving, private sailing and overnight stays.