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Cala Molí Ibiza – A secret spot to enjoy

Looking for a quiet cove to include in your itinerary for your next trip to Ibiza? In this article you will find a hidden treasure of the island: Cala Molí.

Located on the west coast of the island, it has become one of the favorite Ibiza’s coves for tourists, as it is not usually crowded. It is one of the least crowded in Ibiza, and it shows when you go. You will feel as if you were on a private beach.

With 100 meters long and 35 meters wide, Cala Moli and its waters are waiting for you. There is so much to offer in this small, but great, paradise!

How to get to Cala Molí

The best way to get to Cala Molí is by car. Therefore, we recommend renting a car when you arrive in Ibiza. It will be much more convenient for you to make plans and not depend on schedules.

To reach this cove by car, follow the PM-803 road towards San José. Once you pass through the town, look for the detour that will take you to Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida.

But what if you don’t have a car? No problem! You also have the option of public transport.

Bus lines 05 and 42B are the closest to Cala Molí, although you will have to walk a bit to get to your destination.

Features of Cala Molí

Cala Molí is located between the charming villages of Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida, in a secluded and quiet environment. At the end of a creek, this cove is distinguished by its characteristic combination of rocks and a small stretch of sand at the top. With a predominantly rocky seabed, it is advisable to wear booties for comfort when walking on the rocks.

This corner is ideal for snorkelers, thanks to the crystal clear waters that facilitate the observation of marine life. In addition, the presence of caves adds another attraction to this picturesque beach.

Moreover, due to its location on the west coast, it is an excellent place to enjoy breathtaking sunsets over the Mediterranean Sea.

Activities to enjoy in Cala Molí

Although Cala Molí is primarily a place to relax and enjoy the natural surroundings, it also offers a variety of activities for those looking for a little more adventure on their trip to Ibiza.

As we said before, this cove is a paradise for snorkellers. Make sure you pack your fins and goggles! You will discover a great variety of fish and marine flora.

In addition, thanks to its location, you can also do a bit of hiking on the surrounding trails. After a hike, there’s nothing better than a dip!

Also, if you are more adventurous, you can take the opportunity to try paddle surfing.

Where to eat near Cala Molí

While you’re there, you might get a little hungry and decide to park your towel and go in search of somewhere to eat nearby.

If you are looking for a luxury and exclusive experience in Cala Molí, you can’t miss El Silencio beach club. This beach bar offers a unique experience with its own swimming pool, Balinese beds and an exclusive kitchen that will delight your senses with delicious gastronomic proposals.

The quiet and elegant atmosphere will invite you to disconnect and enjoy unforgettable moments.

It is important to note that, as there are no other beach bars in the area, it is advisable to bring something to eat and drink if you plan to spend the day at Cala Molí.

However, if you don’t mind travelling and taking the car again to find a place to eat nearby, we recommend you to do so:

Restaurante Ses Eufàbies

Restaurante Can Yucas

Accommodation in the area of Cala Molí

If you are thinking of extending your stay in this seaside paradise, you have a variety of accommodation options to choose from in the Cala Molí area. From charming boutique hotels to cosy flats with stunning sea views, you’ll find the perfect retreat to unwind after an adventurous day. Moreover, staying in this area will give you the opportunity to fully immerse yourself in the tranquillity and beauty of Cala Molí:

Casa des amigos

Residencial Cala Molí CB

Can Nirvana

Hotel Rural Cala Molí

Tips for visiting

Before your visit to Cala Molí, here are some useful tips to make the most of your experience:

  • Protect yourself from the sun: Ibiza’s sun can be quite intense, so be sure to bring sunscreen, a hat and sunglasses.
  • Bring supplies: Although there are some toilets near the cove, it is advisable to take water and some food with you to enjoy during your day at the beach.
  • Respect the environment: Help preserve the natural beauty of Cala Molí by picking up your rubbish and avoiding damaging the local flora and fauna.
  • Explore the surroundings: Don’t just limit yourself to the beach; explore the trails around the cove and discover other hidden corners of Ibiza’s west coast:
    • Cala Tarida
    • Cala Vadella
    • Cala Bassa
    • Cala Codolar
    • Cala Carbó

Have you been convinced by this cove to include it in your itinerary in Ibiza? Don’t stop at just this cove, Ibiza has much more to offer and at Welcome Ibiza we tell you everything you need to know and do on this fantastic island.