Cala S’an Vincente

 

Transfer Time – 1 hour 30 minutes

Best For – Couples and families looking for a good variety of resort facilities.

Cala San Vincente is relatively new to the British holiday scene, although it has been a popular resort with other nationalities for years. A well established resort on the north east corner of the island, perfect for families with its pedestrianised promenade and excellent choice of activities to enjoy during your stay.

Cala San Vincente has a beautiful beach, soft golden sand, gently shelving into calm, crystal clear waters, absolutely wonderful and safe for children. There are plenty sun loungers and parasols for hire and a great range of places to eat and get refreshments during the day too. The choice of water sports are great, for those wanting energetic there is water skiing, surfing, para gliding, and jet skiing, or for those wanting more sedate, there is a fantastic diving centre offering tuition for adults and children and there’s pedallos and canoes etc. Snorkelling in these parts are perfect too, with the water being so clear. Walkers will enjoy this resort with some superb hill walks in the surrounding area and beautiful flora and fauna to enjoy on route.

Night-life in Cala San Vincente can be as busy or as quiet as you wish, there are plenty bars, cafés and cocktail bars in town and even a disco, or a short taxi ride into the nearby larger resorts will offer a bigger choice. There are some beautiful beachfront restaurants, offering a variety of traditional cuisine and many international restaurants too, Italian, Indian and Chinese and of course there is cafés and snack bars and local fast food places too. Shopping is popular once the temperature drop at night-time, with many shops, boutiques and souvenir stalls open until late in the evening. The traffic free promenade is a popular place to wander and explore during days and nights.

Cala San Vincente is in a great area for getting out and exploring the island, and there are many beautiful sights to see. One of the most popular excursions has got to be the hippy market in Es Cana, with hundreds of stalls selling local crafts and wares and souvenirs, perfect for those presents to take home. There is a great water parks too, a fun family day out of for the young at heart, with many slides and chutes to keep everyone entertained. Ibiza is famous for its sunsets and its boat trips, so why not combine them both?? Try an evening sailing on a catamaran, a meal and plenty wine, all whilst watching the most beautiful sunsets you will ever see. And for the culture vultures, you must visit Ibiza Town, with its wonderful medieval area and many other amazing historical sights, just stunning.

Joanna Baker

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23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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