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Cala Molí
Sant Josep de sa Talaia
Access disabled people
Type of beach gravel
Cala Molí

Cala Molí is situated at 10 kilometres from Sant Josep de sa Talaia, located between Cala Tarida and Punta des Llosar, as well as below the village and the mountains with the same name. From its coast you can see the small island of s'Espartar.

This wonderful and quiet u-shaped sea inlet is characterized by the presence of the mouth of Torrent de Can Nadal, with small size, a beach with fine-grained white sand, different escars (typical dry docks of the Balearic Islands), crystal clear water, a sandy ground with seaweed and rocks which invite you to dive on the surface and with oxygen, as well as being protected by a quite big headland.

This sheltered sea inlet which is located at 2,2 nautical miles in the southeast of s'Espartar has marine and underwater conditions which are good for anchoring boats. It is exposed to the winds from the first quadrant. The navigator is recommended to anchor in the centre of the bay, on a sandy ground with underwater vegetation, where the depth ranges from four to ten metres.

The accessibility by car is easy following the signs and the deviations. The private car can be left on a free parking area in the surroundings. You can also reach this beach with the public transport. The nearest bus stop is located at three kilometres (Cala Tarida) and the rest has to be done on foot.

These characteristics explain that the beach is not very crowded by tourists.

Information about this beach may change. To confirm the data or consult changes or new features, please contact the tourism office below:
Tourist Information - Ibiza/Eivissa

  • Ramp for disabled
  • Toilet
  • Rents
  • Kiosk/resorts
Municipality information Sant Josep de sa Talaia

The municipality of Sant Josep de sa Talaia occupies nearly all the southern area of Eivissa, and is the biggest municipality of Pitiüses by area (158,95 km2), with a coastline of 80 kilometres (which goes from Sant Antoni to Platja d'en Bossa). The name is given by the mount with the same name, which is the highest of the island (475 metres high) and located nearly in the geographic centre.

This territory includes the rural villages, characterized by the medieval churches, which are very typical and interesting, Sant Agustí des Vedrà, Sant Jordi de ses Salines, Sant Francesc de sestina, Mare de Déu del Carme or es Cubells and the village with the same name, which was formed in the 13th century around a church.

Its cultural variety includes the rural Punic-Roman settlement of ses Paises de Cala d'Hort, the Phoenician village of sa Caleta, the defence towers of ses Portes, d'en Comte or d'en Rovira, des Cap de Jueu and des Carregador de Sal (17th and 18th centuries), Cova Santa (natural cave which is 25 metres deep, with stalactites and stalagmites formed by the effect of the water during thousands of years). You can also see a performance of ball pagès (typical dance), an ancestral dance with typical dresses and jewels which the dancers show. You should try the delicious rice and rock-fish based dishes, as well as the exquisite pastries, and you should walk and cycle through the mountains.
The municipality has 21 beaches.
Main technical data
  • Length of the beach: 
    100 meters
  • Type of access: 
    For pedestrians
    For vehicles
    For boats
  • Average width: 
    50 meters
  • Access for disabled people: 
    Yes
    No
  • Degree of occupancy: 
    High
    Medium
    Low
  • Anchoring zone: 
    Yes
    No
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