Etiqueta 'Cabrera'
Changemakers at sea

Save The Med

Students spot sperm whatles in the water of Cabrera - seven times in one day!

When the whale is well rested and decides to head back to the depths, it lifts its’ fluke high above the surface in a powerful movement that leaves everyone onboard shouting excitedly!

Save the Med24/07/2020 15:28

A Letter from Save the Med

Nautical Notes

A Letter from Save the Med

As this uncertain situation unfolds, we will keep you informed of any changes related to our work.

Save the Med20/03/2020 10:33

The Coastguard was involved with intercepting the migrant boat.

Migrant crisis

Sixteen more migrants detained

The boat was detected in the Cabrera archipelago.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter24/02/2020 15:11

Cabrera National Park

Cabrera National Park

Cabrera National Park - archive




Forty-three illegal immigrants detained by the Guardia Civil

The illegal immigrants came in four "patera" boats; most of the 43 arrived in Cabrera.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter20/09/2018 14:01

The shark in question


Cabrera "white shark" was a porbeagle

The shark spotted last week off Cabrera was not a white shark but a porbeagle.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter05/07/2018 00:00



Great white shark spotted near Majorca

This is the first scientific evidence of a Great White in Spanish waters for more than 30 years.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/06/2018 00:00

The Cabrera hostel opened in 2014.


Cabrera hostel occupancy remains low

Across the seven months that it was open last year, the hostel had a 45% occupancy level.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter04/03/2018 00:00

Over the years, boats with illegal immigrants have been detected off Cabrera.


More illegal immigrants picked up off Cabrera

Fourteen people are said to have been on board the boat intercepted today.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter30/07/2017 00:00

Cabrera. The National Park has been in existence for 25 years.


Environmentalists urging expansion of Cabrera National Park

Environmentalists want the marine area to make up 21% of the Cabrera National Park.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter02/11/2016 00:00

Fines for occupying the beach in Cabrera and also other beaches could be far steeper than initially suggested.


Cabrera beach "occupation" could lead to 100,000 euros fine

Under the law for conservation of areas of environmental importance, there is provision for fines ranging from 6,000 to 100,000 euros.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter01/09/2016 00:00

The parasols and loungers arranged on the beach in Cabrera.


Beaches taken over by superyachts

A beach was taken over by what was in effect a private party, with large designer umbrellas and their accompanying loungers.

Majorca Daily Bulletin reporter29/08/2016 00:00