Cala Varques is a small cove that, with Cala Molins, Cala Clara and Cala Carbó, forms the group known as Cala Sant Vicenç.
This beautiful Mediterranean hideaway is named after the area built on the side of the beach, where fishing boats are stranded to protect them from ravaging sea storms.
If you are staying in one of our villas, access to this beach area is very simple: on the motorway between Pollença and its Port, you’ll find signs that will take you down a road to the cove. In addition to being one of the best beaches on the island, it also offers a conveniently close and free parking area.
This coastal area maintains a rich fishing tradition that supplies fresh fish to its small restaurants. Would you like a suggestion? Don’t miss out on any of the delicious and varied Caproig recipes (a fish that is typical of the area, whose meat is deliciously light in texture and with excellent flavour).
Next to Cala Sant Vicenç, you’ll find what is known as Serra del Cavall Bernat, with peaks ranging from 300 to 360 meters above sea level.
Located nearby is an important set of prehistoric caves of great archaeological value, belonging to the island’s Pre-Talayotic era.
A curious fact is that Cala Sant Vicenç has served as the natural setting for film shoots, the most well-known of which being "Jack the black", a film by J. Duvivier.
Length of the beach: 68 meters
Average width: 50 meters
Occupancy rate: Massive
Type of beach: Semi-urban
Atmosphere: quiet tourism