Near the natural port of Cala Lladó, the arrival point for the island, there is a restored house that has become a small museum for the park, the visitors' centre and the caretakers' house.
From this point excursions can be made on foot as far as the Puig de na Pòpia, the highest point of the island; to the Tramuntana lighthouse, the NE point of the island; the Llebeig lighthouse, the extreme SW of the island. Other interesting points are the Cova des Moro, a large cavity with small lakes, the talayot near Cala Lladó and Roman remains in the Cova de sa Font.
Visits to the Dragonera can be made by tourist boats that leave Port d'Andratx and Sant Elm. To visit the island with private boats an official request must be made to the Mallorcan Council, the entity that administers the natural part, together with the Balearic Autonomous Community.