Aquarium Cap Blanc
– Sant Antoni de Portmany
Formerly known as Sa Cova de ses Llagostes (the lobster cave), this natural cave has been converted into an aquarium where you can observe marine species native to Ibiza in a 300m2 lake. The aquarium is part of the marine species recovery network, CREM. Injured animals rescued on the coast, such as turtles, are taken to the aquarium for recovery and subsequent return to the sea. In order to disseminate this work, the aquarium carries out educational activities and participates in the training of university students with internships.
Getting to the Cap Blanc Aquarium is very simple, either on foot, following a pedestrian path from Caló des Moro, or by boat, which leaves from the port of Sant Antoni on a daily basis. It is a very entertaining visit for the whole family and its bar with a terrace serves grilled sardines and provides a place to relax and enjoy the views.
Summer time (1st of May – 31st of October):
- Every day from 9.30am a 10.00 pm. (May and October close to 06.30pm)
Winter time (01st of November – 30th of April):
- Saturday from 10.00am a 14.00pm.
(To arrange group visits outside of normal business hours, contact by email: firstname.lastname@example.org)