Visit the Cap Blanc Aquarium
– Sant Antoni de Portmany
Children and grownups alike will enjoy a trip to the Cap Blanc Aquarium formerly known as Sa Cova de ses Llagostes, (the lobster cave).
This natural cave has been converted to an aquarium where you can see the native Ibizan species swimming in a 300m2 lake. The aquarium is part of a project known as CREM which is dedicated to recovering marine species. Injured animals are brought to the centre, such as sea turtles rescued along the coast, and here they are cared for and returned to the sea when they have recovered.
The Cap Blanc Aquarium is easy to reach, either on foot by following the footpath from Caló des Moro, or by the boat that sails daily from the port of Sant Antoni. It makes for a fun trip for all the family and its small restaurant and terrace there provides an area for simply chilling out and enjoying the views.
Summer hours (May 01 – October 31):
- Every day from 9.30 to 22.00. (May and October close at 18.30)
Winter timetable (November 01 – April 30):
- Saturdays from 10.00 to 14.00.
(To arrange group visits outside of regular hours, contact firstname.lastname@example.org)