Caló des Moltons

North & Interior Ibiza

This divine little cove lies just 250m west of Port de Sant Miquel – follow the unsigned path west around the bay to reach a small sandy beach with wonderfully sheltered swimming and the fantastic Chiringuito Utopía. If you continue along the same trail for another 1km, you'll come to the 18th-century Torre des Molar defence tower, 100m above the water.

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