Cala Moll

Cala Moll

Cala Moll or Son Moll is situated along the northeast coast of the island and is the largest beach in the port of Cala Rajada. Cala Moll is very crowdy beach and it is popular with families, also visited by mainland Spanish, Germans and British.
Cala Moll is about 150 metres long with soft, gold sand and green-blue water. There are plenty of parasols and lounge chairs for hire, also showers, changing rooms and toilets are available. Cala Moll is wheelchair accessible, there is a lifeguard on duty and a first aid station right on the beach. Several beach bars and restaurants right onsite. There are no water sports activities here, but a clear water is just perfect for swimming or snorkeling. Weather conditions are perfect to anchor a boat for the day.
The accessibility by car is easy following the signs, coming from Arta and Capdepera. As there is only one small parking zone, parking can be difficult. Otherwise look for parking on the streets of the small village. You can reach Cala Moll by bus. There is a public bus that stops here, just a few steps from the beach.

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