Cala San Vicente

The idyllic resort of Cala San Vicente is not so difficult to reach from Puerto Pollensa. The mountains on the west fall away at the Coll De Siller to entice us over. The area has long been a favourite with artists wanting to paint and you’ll soon see why, as the steep surrounding cliffs become more pronounced and the colour of the sea like something you’ve mixed on your palette.

Start from roundabout on sea front (next to taxi rank).Walk up main Pollensa road to the petrol station.
Just before the petrol station on the right hand side, turn into street Carrer de Cala Sant Vicenc. At the end of this street you will see the ring road. Cross over at the pedestrian crossing and head straight into Carrer de les Roses.
This street forks at the end. Take the left fork and follow the road where it will take a sharp right hand bend and then continue straight to the end of the street.

You will see the hills ahead of you at the end of the street and the road name is repeated (Carrer de les Roses)
Turn left here and walk along the road (there is a crash barrier to your left and a wall to your right).
Take the first turning on your right. There will be a metal sign on the wall saying SILLER and there should be a wooden signpost saying Cami de Siller al Coll de Siller (if it hasn’t been taken down again).

A short way up the track there are three pathways.

Take the middle path (ignore the no entry symbols) which has a breezeblock wall on your left and a stone wall topped by wire fencing on your right.

The path leads you past a house where there are double gates open just enough for one person at a time to pass through. Ignore the Propiedad Privada Prohibido El Paso sign as this applies to vehicles only.

Follow the track up through the pass. You will join a rough wide track at the top. Follow this until you come to a massive roundabout.

Take the second path to your right on the roundabout

There is a wooden sign saying Cami del Port de Pollenca a Cala Carbo
Follow the track down into Cala St Vicente

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