Occidental Cala Vinas Hotel

The Occidental Cala Vinas Hotel is by the beach in a snug bay. It’s incredibly handy if your idea of a holiday is sunbathing by the water, making the most of the rays.

The hotel comes with two pools, including one with slides that children love. Plus, there are plenty of activities to keep the whole family entertained, too. Think water polo, aqua aerobics, table tennis and treasure hunts.

After a day packed with activities, you’ll have the choice between an a la carte restaurant and the main buffet. Here, you’ll find show cooking, a kids’ section and a chocolate fountain. After dinner, there’s a disco for children and a show every night.

Overview of Cala Vinas

Boasting some of the finest beaches in Europe, a holiday to Majorca is perfect for sun, sea and sangria.

The calm resort of Cala Vinas is relaxing and secluded but is close to the island’s capital of Palma and the nightlife capital of Magaluf.

In Cala Vinas, palm trees and parasols frame the white sands, and the village really does live life in the slow lane. The perfect spot to escape the heat of the day, you’ll find shops where you can stock up on essentials, restaurants where you can enjoy a meal or bars where you can watch live sports.

Things to do in Cala Vinas

The Occidental Cala Vinas Hotel is steps from the beach. A cosy area, the beach has a small collection of bars and restaurants. On the beachfront, a selection of water sports are also available, so you can explore the clear-blue waters, too.

If you’re looking for turbo-charged nightlife, you’re only a five-minute taxi journey away from the centre of Magaluf. Here, you can enjoy a family meal on the beachfront, sample a few frozen cocktails or party until the sun comes up. And Palma’s shopping and culture is just 30 minutes by bus.

The name Majorca conjures up images of sun-kissed beaches and sun-filled skies. When you head to Cala Vinas for your break, you’ll find that the allure of tranquillity will make you return time and time again.


Resort Summary

For you own patch of secluded sands, the 100 metre beach at Cala Vinas gives a sense of privacy as it’s set down some steps in a deep cove. The white sand is speckled with palm trees and straw parasols to provide some shade – needed in the warm micro-climate formed by the surrounding cliffs. The waters are shallow and safe for swimming but you won’t find too many activities here.

If you crave water sports, beachside bars or party cruises, hop on a bus which will get you to Magaluf in 15 minutes. Here there’s a wide swathe of beach with a lively atmosphere both waterside and in town. Calas de Mallorca is great for last minute holidays to Majorca, with enough proximity to key destinations.

There are dozens of other patches of sand to relax on around the southwest coast of Majorca. If you hire a car or boat then you can take in unspoilt coves like Cala Falco, which is a popular place to scuba dive and snorkel. Or there’s Portals Vells, a group of three small beaches that between them have a couple of excellent beach restaurants.