Are you looking for excursions to Cabrera? Coves, beaches, bays, cliffs, crystal-clear waters… Cabrera is one of the last unspoilt corners in the Mediterranean, only an hour away from Mallorca by boat. Thanks to its historical isolation, it has managed to maintain its coastal landscape and its seabed intact, with a rich and varied flora and fauna.
The Cabrera archipelago comprises 19 islands and islets, where we can even find animal species that do not exist anywhere else, such as the Balearic shearwater.
At Excursions a Cabrera we have four options of excursions by boat to Cabrera departing from Colònia de Sant Jordi (Mallorca).
In our Classic Tour excursion by boat to Cabrera, you will enjoy a day in Cabrera. An experience from the sea with panoramic views of the two islands that will end in one of the most emblematic places in the archipelago. You will also live every adventurer’s dream when visiting the Island: swimming in the Blue Cave in Cabrera.
If you also want to visit the historical, cultural and natural landmarks of the island, such as the castle, the Museum of Cabrera, the archaeological sites, the monument to the French, the Ensiola lighthouse, the Botanic Garden or the crystal-clear water beaches of Sa Platgeta and s’Espalmador, we recommend to choose the Premium Tour excursion from among our four excursions to Cabrera from Mallorca available. With this excursion, you will also discover its sheer coastline, small coves and spectacular cliffs.
With our excursion to Cabrera by fast boat, you will discover the landscape and fauna present in the Cabrera Archipelago Maritime-Terrestrial National Park. You will observe the different birds of prey that inhabit the park while exploring the submarine world under its crystal-clear waters.
Last but not least, for the lovers of the magic hour, we have designed the Sunset Tour excursion with our boats to Cabrera, which will enable you to contemplate the sunset from the Blue Cave with a glass of cava and a traditional sweet, visit the fishermen’s port and the Cabrera castle, catalogued as a heritage of cultural interest and which has witnessed the history of the island since the 15th century.