Grupotel Molins

Close to the beach and with sea and mountain views, the Grupotel Molins is in a quiet, relaxing spot. The pool here is set high on a terrace, making the most of its views, and by the pool, there’s a bar serving drinks and snacks.

Guests love the buffet restaurant, especially the show cooking. After dinner, there’s more live entertainment in the lounge bar. If you don’t fancy the entertainment, then there’s an outdoor terrace where you can enjoy a cocktail or a local wine.

Plus, the beach is only 50 metres away, and the resort centre is just around the corner. With a stay here, everything you could possibly need is right on your doorstep.

Overview of Cala San Vicente

The largest and most popular of the Balearic Islands, Majorca is a real family favourite. With the allure of tranquillity and the promise of sun, sea and sangria, holidays to Majorca provide some of the finest beaches in Europe and a climate that’s agreeable throughout the year.

The resort of Cala San Vicente has clear waters and golden beaches. Originally a fishing village, Cala San Vicente still has an air of tranquillity –it’s a great spot to recharge the batteries. You’ll feel like you’re in an idyllic paradise when you stay at the Grupotel Molins.

Things to do in Cala San Vicente

Life here revolves around the three sandy beaches, and Cala San Vincente is a snorkelling hotspot. The waters here are calm, so it’s the ideal place to enjoy a paddle with the kids. If you don’t fancy getting in the water, you can watch the fishermen bring in the catch of the day.

In the evening, the restaurants of Cala San Vincente serve all the local catches, so you can tuck into delicacies such as octopus while looking out over the bay.

Away from the Grupotel Molins, you can take a day trip to Pollensa. This old Roman town is only a 10-minute drive away and is packed with places to explore.

A wonderful town with traditional style, Cala San Vicente provides fun for all the family. A great place to relax and recharge, a stay here will leave you feeling at your very best.

Resort Summary

All three of Cala San Vicente’s beaches are connected by footpaths so you can easily beach-hop. As the resort is situated on a hillside at the edge of the Sierra de Tramuntana mountain range, the footpaths are up and downhill with some steps. For your effort though, you’re rewarded with superb views from the clifftop coastal paths’ walking and cycling tracks.

The biggest and best-equipped beach is Blue Flag award winner Cala Barques to the north of the village. Backed by a handful of restaurants and beach bars, it has lifeguards and plenty of sun loungers and straw parasols. Next to here is the more secluded, yet still sandy, Santa Clara beach.

The other side of a rocky outcrop is where you’ll find Cala Molins beach. This large and peaceful stretch of fine sand offers lots of space as each year the beach is supplemented with imported sand. It also has lifeguards and a good beachside bar.

There is a further small pebble beach with rock pools beside Molins beach that isn’t the best for sunbathing but snorkellers will love floating around the rocks and spotting crabs here.