Situated just a stone's throw from Palma and Magaluf is the picturesque Cala Vinas resort, a secluded retreat that lays claim to some of Majorca’s best beaches. Cala Vinas holidays offer something for everyone, from fun-filled family breaks to relaxing romantic getaways. Book your stay in Cala Vinas in 2020/2021 for a holiday you’ll never forget.
Cala Vinas is known for its laid back and tranquil atmosphere, and it's this slow pace that makes it so appealing to holidaymakers. But that’s not to say Cala Vinas isn’t without its share of fun activities and nightlife pursuits. Magaluf is right on your doorstep and Palma is not much further, so you can take things at a pace that suits you.
A visit to both cities is highly recommended, but if you’d simply like to take it easy, staying in Cala Vinas is perfect. The area boasts a selection of bars, restaurants and quaint shops, and boutiques, all of which are set around the area’s stunning bay. Alternatively, why not just sunbathe in the comfort of your Cala Vinas hotel or apartments.
Cala Vinas is without doubt one of Majorca’s best kept secrets. This is a holiday destination that’s perfect for those who want to experience the best of both worlds. On one hand you’ve got the party town of Magaluf and the stylish capital of Palma, on the other you’ve got the relaxing surrounds of a quaint coastal town.
You’ll find a great selection of Cala Vinas cheap holiday deals for 2020/2021 on our website. We pride ourselves in offering fantastic value breaks to suit all preferences and budgets. Just tell us your preferences and we’ll help you find your perfect Majorca holiday.
Hot summers and mild winters make holidays to Cala Vinas an attractive prospect, whatever the time of year. To help you decide when to book your break, here’s an idea of what you can expect from the weather in Cala Vinas:
In January and February, Cala Vinas enjoys mild temperatures of around 10 - 15 degrees Celsius. And while this time of year may not be suitable for swimming in the sea, a nice stroll along the beach is definitely not out of the question.
In March and April, the region starts to warm up slightly with the temperature peaking at about 17-18 degrees.
In May, the temperature increases once again with most days falling between the low to mid 20s. Head for a day out on the beach around this time and you will not be disappointed. It’s rare for the temperature to drop below 18.
In June, the first signs of summer can be felt with temperatures averaging out around the mid 20s. With the schools not yet closed for the six week break, this is the perfect time to get an early summer deal.
Pack your plenty of sunscreen because July and August are when things get hot, hot, hot. The height of summer brings with it temperatures of 24 onwards. On the hottest days you can expect highs of around 30.
In September, Cala Vinas still enjoys its share of hot summer sun. The temperature often remains in the high 20s and rarely drops below 21.
In October, the temperature starts to gradually fall with the introduction of Autumn. But not by much, compared to UK standards. While it may not be peak season, average temperatures of 18 are still common. Some days even make it into the 20s.
Much like the UK, November and December are Cala Vinas coldest months. But unlike the weather back home, you can still expect mild temperatures of around 12 - 14 degrees. In fact, winter in Majorca is a particularly pleasant time.
For some holidaymakers, a Cala Vinas holiday is all about taking it easy and doing as little as possible. For others, it's the appeal of being close to Majorca’s most exciting towns. Whatever you like doing, you’re bound to find it around the resort or very close by. We’ve picked out some of our favourite activities to help you prepare for your trip.
Sun-kissed sands, clear turquoise waters and hidden coves are just a few reasons to fall in love with Cala Vinas’ paradisiacal coastline. Top up your tan or play a game of beach volleyball with friends. Life’s a beach!
Majorca’s stylish capital is epitome of chic. Designer boutiques, upmarket restaurants and beautiful architecture give Palma its elegant feel. The city is just a 30 minute drive from Cala Vinas. If you’re going to visit, make time for the breathtaking Palma Cathedral.
Magaluf has become synonymous with 18-30s holidays, but that doesn’t stop the older generations getting involved in the fun, too! When the sun sets, Majorca’s party town comes alive with a buzzy strip of neon bars and nightclubs.
The Mediterranean sea’s azure clear waters host shoals of colourful fish and other tropical marine life. It’s another world under the water’s surface and there’s no better way to explore than with a scuba diving excursion. There are a number of centres nearby where you can hire a wetsuit and snorkelling gear.
The Cala Vinas Apartments, Sentido Cala Vinas and Barcelo Cala Vinas are just a few of our most popular Cala Vinas resorts.
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