Holidays to Cala San Vicente
This peaceful and charming fishing village is blessed with 3 top class beaches along with a number of traditional tavernas. Fairly untouched by tourism, it’s a great place to see a bit of real Majorca. The rocky coastline leads up to the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, so there are excellent views from pretty much anywhere in town. The beaches are shared with local fishermen, hauling in their daily catch.
The largest of the 3 nearby beaches, it’s good for snorkelling and has a number of umbrellas and sunbeds for hire.
Just round the corner from Cala Barques is the smaller Cala Clara. It can get busy during the summer so head here early.
This Gothic castle was built in the 14th century and is now one of Majorca's main attractions.
Museum of Spanish Contemporary Art
Housed in a 17th century mansion, this museum houses work by 20th century artists including Picasso, Dali and Miro.
With everything from bustling markets to designer shops, Majorca is perfect for a little retail therapy.
If you want to get around in Majorca, why not hire a bike? It's a great way to see the island.
There are several markets during the mornings selling local produce and food. Haggling over prices is part of the fun.
Try some octopus
One of the local delicacies is octopus, whether grilled or served deep fried. It’s best enjoyed on the waterfront.
Bar Cala Molins
Set on the idyllic beach at Cala Molins, this venue serves great fresh fish along with some of the best Sangria in town.
With tasty fresh fish, and great views of mountains and sea, this busy venue is the perfect spot to watch the sun set.
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