Cala Molí

Located in the east of the island, Cala Molí is a small beach surrounded by pine trees with an uncomfortable surface made up of pebbles and boulders. This means visitors need to wear shoes to enter the water.

The softness of the ground, which is a problem for most people, is the greatest advantage for those who are looking for peace and quiet in Cala Molí, as it's a beach that is rarely visited.


  • Length: 100 metres.
  • Width: 35 metres.

How to get there

To get to Cala Molí from Ibiza, take the PM-803 road to San José. After crossing the town, take the turning to Cala Vadella and Cala Tarida.

Nearby places

Cala Tarida (1.2 km) Cala Vadella (2 km) Cala Bassa (2.3 km) Cala Codolar (3.7 km) Cala Carbó (4.1 km)