Cala Moltó

May 23, 2019


The north coast of Mallorca is a true paradise for a yacht holiday. Many of the bays can still be enjoyed in their original state, perfect for a well-deserved break on your yacht. One of these original bays is Cala Molto in the northeast of the Balearic island of Mallorca.

This small bay is located in the municipality of Capdepera, right next to the popular and very lively tourist beach Cala Agulla. Sounds like a stark contrast? That's what it is. The two beaches are only separated by the narrow peninsula Agulla, which goes into the sea like a tongue of land. While at Cala Agulla one encounters a typical mass tourism beach with a party mile, at Cala Molto one finds romantic silence in a rocky natural landscape of dense pine forests. For this reason, Cala Molto is for us a small oasis of peace and quiet and the ideal place for a yacht holiday.

The region is classified as a nature reserve, therefore there are only small fishing villages and an old bunker from civil war times. The water is very clean and crystal clear, so it looks like a natural swimming pool all year round. The beach is a mixture of pebble and sandy beaches that drop flat into the water.

The marine and underwater conditions are not recommended for anchoring on sandy and stony ground at a depth of five metres. It is therefore advisable to anchor at a sufficient distance from the shore. The nearest port facilities are located three nautical miles away at Club Nàutic Cala Ratjada.

Sun beds and umbrellas are not available for hire in the untouched bay and there are no gastronomic facilities. The neighbouring beach Cala Agulla offers services such as toilets and lifeguards. The town of Cala Ratjada is only three kilometres from Cala Molto and offers a great variety of gastronomy.  In particular, the Paseo Marítimo is home to a number of restaurants, where you can find everything to please the palate and the senses while enjoying the view of the pretty port.


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