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.