There are some beaches in Ibiza that are a real joy to photograph, and Cala Moli is one of them. It is a lovely little cove tucked away from the crowds. The panorama shows the peaceful and quite beach with a couple of boats at anchor just off shore. Cala Moli is protected by the hills on either side.
Cala Moli - Ibiza visitor guide showing a virtual tour of 'Cala Moli' linked to an interactive map with local and travel information. 360° panoramas from Balearic Islands.
Panorama of Cala Moli on the west coast of Ibiza. Cala Moli is another of the little secrets of Ibiza. This beach is between Cala Tardia and Cala Vardella, but unlike the other two it is not heavily developed and lacks the beach resort hotels and the crowds that come with them. The beach itself is quite small, only about 70, long and 30m wide. The cala is nestled in a small valley, surrounded by pine trees and is good walking trips. Be aware that the cala has vew facilities, though there is a single beach restaurant / bar and sunbeds are available. This little cala is quiet and peaceful.
Travel and Getting There
By Road: Take the PM-803 from either San Antonio or Eivissa to San Jose (Sant Josep). From here follow signs to Cala Miol. The beach is about 6 miles from San Jose.