Cova Blava


Useful Information

Location: Northern tip of the Cabrera Island, National Park Archipiélago de Cabrera
Open: No restrictions.
[2011]
Fee: free.
[2011]
Classification:  Sea cave
Light: bring torch
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History


Description

The Cova Blava is a 40m long and 20m high sea cave at the cliff coast of Cabrera island. It is visited by boat. To the south is a second sea cave called Cueva Azul (Blue Grotto). The sea caves can only be visited by boat and there are various cruises offering daytrips to the park.


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