Highlights of this tour

  • Accessible boat ride
  • Accessible swim in an amphibious chair
  • Red Cross service and assistance
  • Visit the national park with Joelette
  • Visit of the ancient Cabrera castle
  • Discover the mysterious Blue Cave

Accessibility information

  • Ramp for entering the boat
  • Accessible equipment as the Joelette and the amphibious chair
  • Red Cross assistance

What is included?

  • Duration: approx 6 hours
  • Accessible boat experience
  • Red Cross services
  • Accessible swim in the amphibious chair
  • Island exploring with the Joelette
  • Visit of the Cabrera ancient castle
  • See the Blue Cave from the boat

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Pick up and drop off to the boat with private vehicle can be arranged
Accessible land and sea excursion
Amphibious chair in water
Joelette on the roll

About this wheelchair accessible land and sea excursion

National Park of Cabrera

The meeting point of this accessible land and sea excursion is at the harbor of Colònia de Sant Jordi. If you prefer, we can arrange an accessible vehicle to pick you up from your accommodation and take you to the port, and back again after the excursion. From the port, you set sail straight to the island and National Park of Cabrera. You spend about half an hour on the boat until you arrive at the island of Cabrera. So relax and enjoy the fresh and salty breeze of the sea air. You will encounter several small and stunning islands before you dock at the port of Cabrera. A waterproof camera could come in handy here!

Once at the island, you are welcomed by the guides of the Interpretation Center of the Natural Park and get the necessary information. Then, you proceed and go on a tour with the help of the people from the Red Cross. They will assist you to get into the Joelette chair, see picture 3, and explore the island together with you. Note: the use of the Joelette requires a person to be transferred from their wheelchair into the Joelette.

Joellette chair

With the Joelette, you take a trip on the island and visit the ancient Castle of Cabrera. Once at the top, you can enjoy the beautiful views of the island and take great pictures! Obviously, there is also time to enter the water for a swim, and all accessible! The Red Cross will help you into the amphibious chair and take you out for a swim in the water to enjoy the relaxing waves of the ocean. 

Blue Cave

After the time and activities on the island, you set sail to the legendary Blue Cave. With its beautiful deep blue water, it is one of the most beautiful caves you will find. After it is time to return back to the harbor of Colònia de Sant Jordi.

*This excursion is not available if you are cruising in to Mallorca.

*The Red Cross service, amphibious chair, and Joelette come with no extra costs. However, these services need to be available the day you want to book this trip. Therefore we strongly advise to provide at least two weeks notice to check availability and check availability.

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