Welcome to the Cabrera Archipelago Terrestrial Maritime National Park in the Balearic Islands of Spain.  In 1991, the government of Spain recognized its special significance to the country and declared Cabrera a National Park in order to protect the history and biodiversity brimming beneath its waters, and on its lands. Although the island is uninhabited except by park guards, thousands of visitors come by boat every year to absorb Cabrera’s rich history and experience its natural beauty.  This website is intended to document the ways the public can enjoy Cabrera while helping to maintain its status as a relatively pristine natural area.