10 kilometers from Sant Josep de sa Talaia you will find Cala Molí where, some years ago, it was decided not to offer hammocks or other services to tourists to preserve its natural charm.
Its crystal clear waters with sandy bottom, algae and rock make it perfect for the diving. There are plenty of fish in this part of the coast of the island of Ibiza which you will enjoy if you love snorkeling.
Sheltered by pines and cliffs, and with the islet of s'Espartar opposite the shore, Cala Molí is a secluded beach that invites to relaxation.
If something stands in Cala Moli it is the beauty of the landscape and the stillness. It's a perfect cove for rest.
It is made of Còdols, Catalan for boulders. These stones aren´t an impediment to place your towel and lie down in the sun, but they are uncomfortable when you decide to approach the shore. Fortunately, to enter the water of Cala Molí there is a small path by which you can enter the sea without stepping annoying stones. Anyway, it is advisable to wear a suitable sandals.
On the shores of Cala Molí you will find Cala Molí restaurant where paellas, pizzas, burgers and mojitos are offered.
Cala Molí Beach Club has its own pool and deck for use by its customers. There is a bathroom available.
Getting to Cala Moli
Accessible by car, follow signposts from San Antonio or San José, direction Cala Tarida and then direction Cala Molí. You can park along the road near the beach.
To go to Cala Molí, you go towards Cala Tarida, from San Antonio or from San Jose. Once on that road, just follow the signs to Cala Vadella until you reach the turnoff to the restaurant Cala Molí.
There is also a bike path cleared for access to this beach, but due to the hardness you must be an experienced cyclist.