Environment

Hotel Cala Sant Vicenç sits at the heart of its namesake village of Cala San Vicenç nestled at the foot of the imposing Serrra de Tramuntara mountain range on the unspoiled north coast of  Mallorca.  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. 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.

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.

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