Cala San Vicente beach is home to some of the most blue waters you will ever see and beautiful golden sand. The slightly curved beach offers an incredible cliff top lookout across the sea that will take your breath away. It’s a safe beach with plenty of room for everyone, even in peak season, when you consider how wide the beach is. Do keep in mind that this beach is prone to get windy and the water can get quite choppy which almost adds to the beauty of the beach.
The Beach accessible by car and also served by the busses. There are two small car parks at either end of the beach which can get full very fast in the peak season so a bus might not be a bad idea in the Summer. The beach is very diverse in terms of age and nationality with people flocking to this picturesque spot.
Given how popular this beach is there is plenty to do and plenty of facilities. Stand up paddle, kayaks, pedalos and a diving centre can all be found here if you’re of the active persuasion and if that doesn’t tickle your fancy there’s still plenty for you. A beautiful palm tree lined promenade, sun loungers and parasols can be found for when you want to take it easy. There’s also disabled access for the beach.
Cala San Vicente beach also has a selection of some nice bars and restaurants. Many of the restaurants would be favourites of the locals. Serving fresh fish and traditional Paella