Cala San Vicente Tourist Information

Cala San Vicente Tourist Information

Cala San Vicente, or Cala de Sant Vicenc as it’s known locally, is a tiny resort on the northwest coast of Mallorca near Pollensa. Although small scale tourism has arrived there it still remains true to its origin as a fishing village. The resort consists of three small coves with crystal clear blue water and three small beaches separated by rocky outcrops. The Cavall Bernat is the impressive mountain as you look out to sea.

There is little in the way of nightlife in Cala San Vicente apart from a handful of small restaurants and there isn’t very much to entertain children in the evening.

However, if you’re just looking to get away from it all then it’s well worth consideration. The Hotel Cala San Vicenc from the Relais and Chateaux list is the choice hotel in town. It may be a little isolated but with its fine pool area and exquisite dining there’s no need to venture far from the hotel if pure relaxation is your aim. The Hotel Don Pedro or Hotel Hoposa Niu are less expensive options.

The town of Pollensa and the resort of Puerto Pollensa are both nearby so you don’t need to travel far if you’re looking for some diversity. In addition you’re at the northern edge of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains which stretch the full length of Mallorca’s northwest coast which is a stunning drive all the way down to Andratx.

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