This is an amazing seashore for swimming as the water is delightfully clear; ideal for spotting marine life, and the caverns add an additional measurement.
Cala Molí is a disconnected inlet between the retreats Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida. Set toward the finish of a 'deluge' (a split in the slope) this is a pebbly sea shore, at the upper part there likewise is some sand. The ocean bed is very rough, it is fitting to bring some washing shoes.
In the event that you need to ruin yourself, there is an extravagance sea shore club with its own pool, Bali beds and selective cooking - in any case there are no sea shore bars, so bring your own food and beverages. This is an amazing sea shore for swimming as the water is delightfully clear; ideal for spotting marine life, and the caverns add an additional measurement.
Area: 15 min drive from either San José or San Antonio
Offices: Sun beds, parasols, sea shore eatery with pool
Size: 70 meters in length, 30 meters wide
Arriving: Reached simply via vehicle, follow signs from San Antonio or San José, heading Cala Tarida and afterward ahead to Cala Moli. Stopping is accessible close by the street close to the sea shore.
Local people from the region of San José, and a lot of families that come for the harmony and calm. Once in a while excessively occupied, Cala Moli is the absolute best of sea shores in Ibiza to appreciate any time, throughout the year around. The harmony and calm of Moli contrasted with her adjoining sea shores – it's additionally an astounding wedding area.
Proclaimed a 'characteristic' seashore by the town of San Jose, Cala Moli is a beautiful, pebbly inlet concealed from swarms, and ailing in the standard columns of hammocks, parasols or boisterous lodgings. Despite the fact that segregated and quiet, Moli additionally offers some spectacular conveniences, including a bar/café with its own pool. The ocean bed is very rough, and great for swimming in the completely clear, clean waters.