Cruise to Cabrera off the south coast of Mallorca and discover the highlights of its national park. Go to a museum built on top of an old wine cellar and see the monument to soldiers killed in the Napoleonic Wars. End with a swim in the Blue Cave.
What to Expect
Depart Mallorca and sail straight to the port of Cabrera Archipelago National Park. Upon arrival, you will have a couple of free hours to enjoy the idyllic and spectacular landscapes on your own.
Located south of Mallorca, the island of Cabrera's sights include a 15th-century castle and a monument to French soldiers held captive on the island during the Napoleonic Wars. Other highlights are the Cantina del Puerto, the N’Enciola Lighthouse, the Na Picamosques trekking route and a museum built on top of an old wine cellar.
Round off your excursion with a swim in the Blue Cave, before cruising back to Mallorca for the end of the tour services.
- Boat trip
- Audio guide
What's Not Included
- Smartphone headphones (€2.50: necessary for the audio guide)
Know Before You Go
• You must be at the meeting point 30 minutes before the journey starts. On arrival, show the confirmation email that you will receive after purchasing your tickets online
• The duration of the tour is approximate and may vary due to weather conditions and changes in the program