Cabrera Maritime-Terrestrial National Park

Calle Gabriel Roca, s/n. esquina Plaza Es Dolç Mallorca
Mallorca, Balearic Islands 07638 Spain

One hour by boat from the island of Mallorca, the Cabrera Archipelago will surprise you. This oasis has one of the best-preserved examples of marine life in the whole of the Mediterranean Sea Its almost untouched coastline hosts a wealth of species native to the Balearic Islands. You will discover a peaceful blue paradise, where time seems to stand still.

The park is spread across the 19 islands and islets that form the Cabrera archipelago. Cabrera island stands out as the largest of them. Replete with coves, cliffs, and a few small beaches, its jagged coastline is the reason its natural beauty remains almost untouched. Here, thick scrubland dominates the landscape with juniper and mastic bushes and a few Aleppo pines. This vegetation provides cover for the local wildlife, in particular the birds who nest or migrate on Cabrera throughout the whole year.





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