The National Park of Cabrera is a group of islands belonging to the Balearic Islands which was declared National Park in 1991.
It has great natural value, since, due to its isolation throughout history, has survived to this day virtually unchanged: the coastal landscape of Cabrera can be considered one of the best preserved of the Spanish coast, and one of the best in the Mediterranean Sea. Where we can find important colonies of seabirds and endemic species.
Around Colonia de Sant Jordi Town, we can find the best natural beaches in Majorca, among which includes "Es Trenc, Carbó and Caragol" and many others on the eastern coast Majorca.
"Salinas" of Sant Jordi: Salt
Of historical interest before Christ.
Punic merchants were the first to exploit the salt, then came the Romans, Byzantines, Arabs and Christians today. They exploited these "salinas", one of the main attractions of the area in the XXI Century, as they are of the few traditional salt found in the world.
Activities and Sports
If you are a lover of hiking trails in "Colonia de Sant Jordi", you will find a variety of routes near the sea.
Enjoy more than 25 golf courses around the island. At just 30 minutes from "Colonia de Sant Jordi" there is the "Marriot Son Antem" Golf Course.
Learn how to ride a horse or follow a guided tour of the sites "Ses Salines" lighthouse or stroll along the beach to reach Ses Covetes.