Muelle de las Carabelas

Muelle de las Carabelas
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In the Muelle de las Carabelas Museum (Caravel Dock Museum) are reproductions of La Niña, La Pinta and La Santa María which were built in 1992 to celebrate the 5th Centenary of the Discovery of America. It gets its name from the Muelle de las Carabelas., or the Caravel Dock.

Besides the replicas of the boats, which are its main attraction, the Muelle de las Carabelas Museum has a visitor centre, the medieval quarter (recreated around the dock) and the Island of Encuentro, which attempts to recreate the indigenous culture of the island of Guanahani, the first island where Christopher Columbus disembarked on the 12th of October 1492, and which he named San Salvador.

Students, retirees and groups (minimum 20 people): 1,50€. Groups of travel agencies: 1,20€. Adults: 3,60€. Family unit (couple and children under 18 years): 7,50€. Under 5 years and special groups: free of charge.

16 June to 15 September: Monday, closed Tuesday to Sunday, 10am to 9pm. Doors close at 9:30pm. 16 September to 15 June: Monday, closed Tuesday to Sunday, 9.30am to 7.30pm. Doors close at 9:30pm.

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Muelle de las Carabelas
Paraje de La Rábida, 21810
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  • Accessible for handicapped
  • Facilities for Disabled
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young people, deal, Couples, Friends, Professional, Seniors, Lgbti, I travel alone, For families
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