TUI BLUE Don Pedro

The TUI Sensimar Don Pedro is pulled right up against the shore, so the sea views are really something. Steps lead down to two petite sandy coves that frame the property. At the hotel, loungers line the outdoor pool. There’s also a pair of pool bars for drinks and snacks.

For meals, there’s a buffet restaurant with stations where you can watch the chefs at work. Plus, there’s also an a la carte eatery that specialises in Majorcan favourites. Evenings are all about watching the sunset with a relaxing drink at the rooftop bar.

Overview of Cala San Vicente

The island of Majorca is a busy tourist destination and welcomes thousands of holidaymakers each year. However, although parts of the island are highly developed, some spots have remained largely untouched.

Cala San Vicente is a great example of one of these traditional locations. Although high-class hotels like the TUI BLUE Don Pedro have been built on the shoreline, the resort is full of authentic Spanish charm. It’s a great place for a relaxing holiday to Majorca away from the action.

Things to do in Cala San Vicente

The TUI BLUE Don Pedro is in a first-class location. It’s right on the beach in a peaceful cove, so it’s quiet and relaxing. It’s not completely secluded though, and there is a handy selection of shops, bars and restaurants within five minutes’ walk.

Cala San Vicente is blessed with three sandy beaches. Two of these are rocky and popular with snorkellers, but there’s also a sandy stretch called Cala Molins that takes pride of place on the headland.

When you want a change of scenery, the town of Puerto Pollensa – with its kilometre-long beach and stylish marina – is a 10-minute taxi ride away.

With beautiful beaches and great views, a stay in Cala San Vicente allows you to see Majorca at its traditional 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.