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Surroundings

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç Mallorca is located on the northern coast of the island, at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains.

Declared a World Heritage site by UNESCO in 2011 the surrounding region of Cala Sant Vicenç and neighbouring resorts of Pollença and Porto de Pollença, are renowned for their natural beauty and rolling countryside. Cala Sant Vicenç is acclaimed for its many beautiful beaches and bays, particularly at Cala Cabro, Cala Barques and Cala Molins.

Sea & Land

The crystal blue waters of the Mediterranean Sea are perfect for swimming and for all types of aquatic sports, from sailing and windsurfing to kayaking and scuba diving. Boat rides to the Peninsula of Formentor, one of the most visited places on the island, offer spectacular views while this area of Mallorca is also great for land activities like cycling, horse riding, golf and hiking.

Hotel Cala
Hotel Cala

Pollença

Visit the town of Pollença, a 10 minute drive from the Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç for fine dining in local restaurants serving the best of local Mallorcan cuisine as well as tastes and flavours from around the world.

Enjoy your days out at the beach and in the sea, or exploring the mountains and the countryside combined with a visit to one of the many local art galleries and museums. The Calvary, a small chapel accessed by 365 steps from the city centre – one for each day of the year – provides a splendid view over the town of Pollença and its sweeping bay. Nearby Port de Pollença is set in yet another stunning bay. And the highlight at this popular beach resort is the long beach promenade (over 1000 metres) with its numerous and colourful collection of cafes, bars and restaurants.

Discover the Mediterranean

Take on a different view of the geographic splendour of the island from the sea. Boat hire available, with or without crew. Please consult availability at reception.

Hotel Cala
Hotel Cala

Hiking

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç Mallorca is located on the northern coast of the island, at the foot of the Serra de Tramuntana mountains. The largest and most diverse range in the Balearic islands, the Tramuntana run along the north western side of Mallorca, the highest point being Puig Major at 1445 metres and Puig de Massanella at 1348 metres above sea level.

The village of Cala Sant Vicenç in the district of Pollença is the perfect departure point for keen hikers or walkers of any proficiency. From here there are any number of routes and tracks to enjoy, from a gentle stroll to an energetic hike. This northern corner of Mallorca surprises visitors with its varied terrain — from sweeping valleys to craggy rocks and limestone boulders and natural wells to irrigate the farmland and fill hidden caves.

Wildlife

Discover the many species of wildlife and varieties of plants and flowers which can be found in this area and while the Mediterranean climate, bringing warm spring times, hot balmy summers and mild winters continue to make Mallorca the perfect spot to holiday at any time of year.

Hotel Cala
Hotel Cala

Routes

Hotel Cala Sant Vincenç offers a varied programme of hiking routes through the surrounding countryside that provide experiences to all levels of walkers. There are trips to the Tramuntana mountains with its rugged rock faces falling into the sea, visits to the fertile farming area of Es Pla in the centre of the island, or more modest climbs through the Llevant Hills or the especially interesting wine growing area of Es Raigeur known for its vineyards.

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç Mallorca has also taken on the services of a specialist hiking firm to ensure the hotel’s guests make the most of their hiking holiday. Our guides know every corner of the region and will not only show you the most breathtaking views on the island but also describe the cultural journey that has brought Mallorca into the 21st century. Something for everyone on the hiking trail!

Golf

With over 23 golf courses on the island and enjoying such a mild climate, Mallorca is the perfect place for both professional and amateur golfers alike. Just 5 minutes’ drive from our Boutique Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç you will find “Golf Pollença”. Within an area of outstanding natural beauty, this 9 hole course offers spectacular views over the valley and bay of Pollença.

Some 20 minutes away, “Alcanada “18 hole golf is internationally renowned for both the course and the club house. The course meanders around olive groves and pine trees. Open sea views add to its natural beauty. Our reception staff will be delighted to assist with bookings for you.

Hotel Cala
Hotel Cala

Gastronomy

Rich in gastronomic variety, Mallorcan cuisine is steeped in the traditions of its cultural island history. In true Mediterranean style, typical dishes are made using the freshest seasonal produce available combining home grown fruits and vegetables from the most fertile regions on the island, seafood straight from the Mediterranean Sea, and meats, in particular pork, from which the typical local dish is made: sobrasada.

Tradition

The traditional and internationally known ingredients of Mallorca’s cuisine are olive oil, almonds and wine. The island’s landscape flourish thanks to the multitude of olive groves and almond orchards, but also to the beautiful gardens, orchards and vineyards that are dotted all over Mallorca.

Liqueurs on the island like the herbal liqueur ‘Licor de Hierbas’ makes a fantastic digestive after a meal, or the ‘palo’, which is taken before as an appetizer. They represent the most refined gastronomy culture in Mallorca.

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