Marine fauna of Cabrera
The amount of life that inhabits the Archipelago of Cabrera is immense, so much so that to this day new endemic species of crustaceans are still being discovered.
Thanks to the waters and sea floors that surround this archipelago, one of the best preserved natural spaces in the Mediterranean is born. Its biodiversity is indeed so vast that it was declared a National Park.
The marine fauna we can find here is abundant and diverse, and that is why we would like to highlight the more than 500 species that inhabit these waters, among which are more than 200 species of fish, 113 bryozoa, 25 crustaceans, 22 molluscs and 87 sponges.
If you scuba dive in the waters of Cabrera, on its sea floor you will find groupers, octopuses, morays, congers, scorpion fish and, of course, loggerhead and leatherback turtles. Gilt-head breams, sea bass, spotted sea hares, urchins or cuttlefish are some of the species you will find in the archipelago, or even bottlenose dolphins, one of the biggest protagonists of these waters.
Do you want to discover the marine fauna of the Archipelago of Cabrera? Come visit us and learn more about the marine fauna of Cabrera with our Sea Tour and lose yourself in an underwater world.