Located off the main road from Pollensa to Port Pollensa you can access the Cala Sant Vicenç coast. There are four beautiful bays; Cala Barques which is a small shingly beach with great rocks for snorkelling, Cala Molins a sandy bay with rising cliffs , Cala Clara a quiet stony beach located between the two, and Cala Carbó which is tucked at the end of these three beaches.
Cala Sant Vicenç used to be a fishing village of Pollensa town, and still keeps some typical small piers. Today is mainly a residential area with some hotels and good restaurants to visit. It contains one of the most important preserved hypogeum of Mallorca with а set оf caves dating bаck tо the Bronze Age which can be visited. There are also some great hiking tours to enjoy, such as the route from Cala Carbó to Port Pollensa, which finishes in Siller, and the route to Coves Blanques, which follows the coast enjoying fabulous views of the sea.