Welcome to Illa de Cabrera
Nineteen uninhabited islands and islets make up the only national park in the Balearic Islands, the Parc Nacional Marítim-Terrestre de l’Arxipèlag de Cabrera, an archipelago whose dry, hilly islands are known for their birdlife, rich marine environment and abundant lizard populations. The Illa de Cabrera, the largest of the archipelago and the only one you can visit, sits 16km off the coast of Colònia de Sant Jordi. Other islands are used for wildlife research. Only 200 people per day (300 in August) are allowed to visit this highly protected natural area, so reserve your place at least a day ahead. The main park authority is in Palma.