Holidays to
Cala San Vicente

Easy living, Majorcan-style

Crystal-clear waters, a dramatic rocky backdrop and wall-to-wall sunshine are, of course, all highly desirable in a holiday destination. But what really sets the best places apart is that rare quality of authenticity. Cala San Vicente, on the northwest coast of Majorca is, as it’s been for hundreds of years, a working fishing village, with freshly caught seafood a major attraction. 

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The pretty Cala Barques is the largest, and features restaurants and shops. Cala Clara is smaller but buzzy, while quiet Cala Molins has the softest sand.

A 6-kilometre hike will bring you to Puig de L’Aguila. At 214 metres above sea level, it offers dramatic and unforgettable views of the surrounding area.

Cala San Vicente’s small bays and shallow waters are full of marine life, making it a great place to try your hand at scuba diving or snorkelling.

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Head for the hills

The nearby Tramuntana mountain range is criss-crossed by a number of scenic trails. Hikers can explore them on foot, and they’re also great to tackle on a mountain bike.

Meet the ancients

Cala San Vicente is also home to some of Majorca’s most significant and historically important man-made dwellings – these ancient necropolises date back to the Bronze Age.

Go to market

Pick up some fresh produce or a special souvenir at nearby Puerto Pollenca’s buzzy Wednesday morning market, which is one of the largest on the island.