Follow the coast of Levante on your way to the Cala d’Or tourist center, with its shops, bars, beaches, restaurants and then admire it’s coves.
€25 (ADULT) €14 (CHILD)
Along the sea route you can enjoy the landscape offered by all the islets that make up the Cabrera Archipelago and the fauna that inhabits it – from the threatened Balearic Pardela to flying fish.
Once on the island of Cabrera, you can visit many historical, cultural and natural enclaves like; a fifteenth century watchtower, Cabrera museum “Es Celler” (an old winery),
Roman, Byzantine and French Archaeological sites, an independence war memorial, Ensiola Lighthouse, and a botanical garden.
Let’s not forget a visit to Sa Platgeta and s’Espalmador’s transparent water beaches where you can bathe, relax and enjoy the marine fauna.
PUERTO COLOM (Opposite Sa Llotja Restaurant):
09:15am – 11:15am – 13:15pm
CALA MARÇAL (End of Corb Mari Road):
09:25am – 11:25am – 13:25pm