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Calo des Moltons and Cala des Bosc Beaches, San Miguel

Secluded coves on the north of the island

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Calo des Moltons and Cala des Bosc Beaches, San Miguel

Located near Port de Sant Miquel, and only accessible on foot, these two secluded coves boast crystalline waters and are perfect for snorkelling.

Caló des Moltons is a small pebbled cove mostly occupied by the romantic, unpretentious Chiringuito Utopia Beach Club. Here you can snorkel and swim in its shallow turquoise waters.

Cala des Bosc, on the other hand, can be easily reached from Caló des Moltons. This sandy stretch joins the privately owned Illa des Bosc with the mainland. With even calmer waters, this cove is also perfect for snorkellers.

Setting & Location

Located on the north of Ibiza, near Port de Sant Miquel, these two secluded coves are situated in a sheltered bay boasting calm, clear waters.

Water Safety & Clarity

The water here is calm, shallow and turquoise but there are no lifeguards. So, even if it is quite good for beginner swimmers and children, you must take care.

Beach Quality

Caló des Moltons is a pebbled beach, so you will probably be more comfortable on one of the sun beds offered by Utopia beach club. Cala des Bosc, on the other hand, is a sandy stretch much more comfortable to lie on, although there are also stones.

Bars & Beachclubs

Chiringuito Utopia beach club occupies most of Caló des Moltons. They serve delicious fresh seafood and fish, including their famous grilled sardines, as well as signature cocktails which you can enjoy on their sun loungers under straw parasols.

There is also a small bar on Cala des Bosc, although only serving drinks and snacks with a chilled vibe.

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No watersports or other activities are on offer at these two coves. However, their crystal clear waters inhabited by small fish and crabs are great for snorkellers to explore.

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Getting Here


You can reach both coves from Port de Sant Miquel beach, just follow the dirt path around the coast left of the beach.


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