Cala San Vicente has a very wide sandy beach, crystal clear waters, and surrounded by rock formations. It is accessed easily by following the signs and enjoying the beautiful landscape that accompanies to arrival.
Fine sand and shallow, usually full of seasonal visitors, both tourists and residents, being particularly appreciated by families for its quality services and security.
Also known as Sa Cala. The horizon of this beach is always chaired by the silhouette of the islet of Tagomago.
Ten minutes from the town of San Carlos, Cala de San Vicent is known for its wide area of sand and clean waters. Along the cove is a promenade where you will find different restaurants, cafes, hotels and even supermarkets where you can eat and spend the day. Despite all this, the natural environment has been respected.
Lots of young people, families, couples and elderly people, as it has no architectural barriers to access it.
Promenade, sunbeds, parasols, showers, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards, access for the disabled, pedal boats, windsurf school, banana boat.
There are numerous bars and restaurants to choose from along the promenade. Some suggestions: Hidden Bar and On the Beach.
Getting to Cala de Sant Vicent
By car or bus, well signposted. Small parkings at both ends of the beach. In high season it is common that they are fully occupied.
To reach the Cala de Sant Vicent, you can get both from San Juan (Sant Joan) and from San Carlos, following detour to the left past the Bar Anita and a new left turn soon after leaving the village behind.
The road is narrow and has many curves and spectacular views.