Peaceful, tranquil and relaxing, all very apt words to describe Cala San Vicenç. But it is the dramatic beauty of Cala’s coves that many people go for; a photographer’s dream, especially on a day when the wind is up and the waves crash against the rocks. The first sight of Cala Molins, either as you drive around the bend from Cala Clara or take the scenic walk across the hills from Puerto Pollença, is absolutely breathtaking. Great for snorkelling too!
Cala Sant Vicenc is a pretty little coastal village, with two main sandy coves, Cala Barques, Cala Molins, and two smaller coves, Cala Clara and Cala Carbo. They are lovely bays with beautiful clear blue waters, which is ideal for snorkelling when the sea is calm. The first bay is a sandy bay with good facilities (restaurants and sun loungers) and is manned by a lifeguard. If you continue up the windy road you will come to the second main bay that is usually a little quieter. There are several, hotels, restaurants and a supermarket for supplies. It is located off the road that runs between Pollenca and Puerto Pollenca. Well worth a visit in the summer months.