Set around a rugged bay which is dominated by the Hotel Don Pedro, Cala San Vicente is a modest fishing village of character, with older houses, a church and several beach restaurants clustered about the larger beach, one side of which is still used by fishermen for repairing nets and storing goods.
Cala San Vicente is located on the N coast of Mallorca, 35 mls NE of Palma and airport, 3½ mls NE of Pollensa.
The area is suited mainly to mature couples and families with older children; this is a quiet retreat for the discerning, and those who enjoy exceptional coastal and rural scenery.
Beachwise, Cala Barques is the principal and prettiest, separated by a rocky knoll and a hotel from the tiny Cala Clara. Located around a sizeable headland is Cala Molins, a third sandy beach, this one augmented by imported sand each May. The waters are beautifully clear and the views tremendous.
Entertainment and activities like most of Mallorca’s resorts don’t spread too far away from the beach. Walks and general relaxation is about as much as the area offers, although for this purpose the area is fanatastic.
By night the larger hotels put on shows but this is more of a place for quiet enjoyment than organised nightlife. Puerto Pollensa is the nearest port of call for a more lively night with greater options.