Cala San Vicente Holidays

A traditional fishing village

If you’re seeking a slice of Majorca that’s been largely untouched, you’re in the right place. The charming fishing village of Cala San Vicente teams Spanish good looks with all the peace and quiet you could ask for. Cala San Vicente is on the island’s north-east coast, sandwiched between the Serra de Tramuntana mountains and a lovely craggy coastline. It’s home to three sandy beaches – Cala Barques, Santa Clara and Cala Molins – and they come with rocky headlands and beautifully clear waters. Holidays to Cala San Vicente tend to be all about relaxing among the picturesque scenery. That said, it’s just a 10-minute drive from the historic Roman town of Pollensa when you fancy getting out and exploring – there are warren-like streets and a myriad of traditional restaurants to discover here.


Cala San Vicente is a sleepy resort, but if days on the beach and long leisurely dinners appeal, it’s a top choice.
Majorca’s cosmopolitan capital is less than an hour’s drive away, and offers a great shopping scene and a charming old town full of tapas bars.
Night owls should head for Pollensa, which is brimming with bars and nightclubs.


Visit Calvari Chapel

There are 365 steps to climb to reach this storybook chapel in Pollensa, but the views of the town and the cypress trees below are worth it.

Snorkel at Cala Barques

The clear seas around Cala San Vicente’s biggest beach are prime snorkelling territory. Strap on a mask to discover the technicolour marine life.

Explore the coast

Majorca’s most postcard-worthy scenes can be found along its coasts. Sail to secluded bays and tick off sights like the mysterious Caves of Drach.