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Cabrera: How to get there

First of all you will need a permission to visit the island. If you book a group travel from Mallorca, there should not be any problem, althought the maximum number of visitors is 200 per day (and in August 300 per day).

If you wish to visit Cabrera individually, for instance with your own boat, you will need to contact the ICONA (Instituto Nacional para la Conservación de la Naturaleza), Plaza España 8, Palma de Mallorca.

Access to some areas of the island is forbidden in any case, as well as fishing or to bring domestic animals. Boats may anchor exclusively in the port of Cabrera, the maximum number of permissions is 50 visitors per day. Last but not least you should not forget to bring food and drinks, as the island's gastronomical offer is reduced to a single small canteen.

In the summer months, Cabrera can be accessed easily with the tourist boats from Colònia de Sant Jordi and Portopetro on Mallorca. Already the boat travel is a unique experience, when you pass the small islands of the archipelago and are accompanied by seagulls and - if you are lucky - dolphins. The first island you reach, after approximately one hour of travel, is Na Foradada Photo a huge rock with a lighthouse on its top. Then you pass S'Illot Pla, Na Pobra, Na Plana, L'Esponja, Conills, the second-largest island of the archipelago, and Na Redona before reaching Cabrera itself.

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