Caló des Moltons, in the village of San Miguel, San Juan, It is one of those little exploited jewels with which Ibiza surprises us from time to time. If you want to enjoy a calm beach day, without the bustling atmosphere of the busiest beaches on the island, this is your place!
A tiny cove of coarse sand and stones that suddenly appears between the cliffs and the green mountains of pines. He Background is of coarse sand and stones that you can see perfectly thanks to the transparency of its waters. This feature makes it ideal for snorkeling.
To get here you must park your vehicle in the Port of San Miguel and, looking at the beach, on the left you will see a path that borders the coast. Follow him until you reach Caló des Moltons. It is not a very complicated route, however, something can turn out to be something heavy for children.
Once in it you can extend your towel without problem (your occupation is usually low) or, if you prefer, rent one of the Hammocks or Balinese beds that are placed in the sand.
This magnificent corner is completed by a few little houses, a small chiringuito ecologically famous for its sardines and a point of rental of paddle surfboards or paddle surfing.
By the way, it never hurts to bring booties They will make access to water much easier!
If you have risen with the adventurous vein, you can continue straight on the same path through which you have reached Caló des Moltons. A section further on you will find the Cala de Ferradura, It is Pas de s'Illa and the defensive tower des Molar, with spectacular views of the coast, the port and the private islet s'Illa des Bosc. It is not a very long route.