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Cabrera: What to see

Finally you have arrived to this untouched paradise Photo and the boat will drop anchor at the natural port Porto de Cabrera Photo which is located at the North-East of the island. The Cape Llebeig with its lighthouse Photo is the reference point for reaching the port.

Next to the port there is a fortress Photo from 14th century which originally served as a defence against pirate attacks. During the war against Napoleon it became a prison for French soldiers - there is a monument reminding of these events. If you want to learn more about the history of Cabrera you can visit the museum.

But the highlight of a visit to Cabrera is certainly the untouched coast with crystalline water Photo.

In the bay Cala Gandulf there is the famous Cova Blava Photo the "blue cave", with unique light reflections in its interiour. Now it is time to have a bath in the sea, and perhaps eat some snack, before you have to leave the islands to return to Mallorca.

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