The trail takes about half an hour and sets off from the park office - where all the daily organised visits start from - next to the canteen. The path leads up the hill to the north of the dock.
This trail, which borders the bay and takes about an hour, is divided in two sections which cross the two most important beaches on Cabrera: sa Platgeta and s'Espalmador: sand stones and gravel. In the area where the military living quarters are, Eocene fossils and be seen. The Pages house, next to the beach, is one of Cabrera's traditional buildings and of great ethnological and architectural importance. Part of the building is used as a multipurpose gallery with different types of exhibition.
Monument to the French & Celler
The guided trail, which takes an hour, starts at the Pages beach and then leads inland, between old farmlands towards the Ethnographic Museum of Celler. Before reaching this old store house which now houses an interesting exhibition of man and Nature on Cabrera, it passes the monument to the prisoners of war of the Napoleonic Wars who died on the island.
The first section of this two-hour guided trail follows the same route as the trail leading to the Monument to the French. Before reaching Celler, there is a turn off to the left and the route passes in front of the Can Feliu houses. The route ends at an esplanade from which a track leads to the summit of la Miranda, a viewing platform which offers fine views of the northern part of the island with its major pine forest. The return leg of the trail permits a visit tot he Cova Blava, a spectacular cave carved in the limestone by the sea.
This is a four-hour guided trail. It starts at sa Platgeta and climbs a small hill known as Coll Roig. From here the whole of the n’Ensiola peninsula can be seen with the lighthouse at the summit as well as views of the almost vertical cliffs of Cap Vermell.
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