104 Ibiza Beaches – Cala Des Moultons

April 4th, 2008 - 2:35 pm Posted in Cala Des Moultons, Ibiza Beaches | Comments (0)

Today’s Ibiza beach is a bit late since we were out at The Girlz Skool night and then had an early ish meeting – however – all good things come to those who wait and this is one of our favourite spots…

Cala des Moultons is one of the least known of Ibiza’s beaches – and a real gem.

To reach the tiny bay just outside the port of Sant Miquel, you’ll have to walk a short distance along the craggy coast from Sant Miquel beach. Walk up the hill right beside the Port de Balanzat restaurant. The narrow dirt path is bordered on either side by shady pine trees.

The path itself offers a magnificent view of the cliffs and the sea shimmering in myriad shades of blue.

Cala des Moultons
Rest assured, once you reach the minuscule bay, your privacy is assured.

The small, rustic bar with its white and rather weather beaten plastic furniture will probably be closed, and the atmosphere is anything but trendy.

Nevertheless, Cala des Moultons has long been a favourite with the locals and at the weekend the bar owner, Juanito, throws a sardine barbecue. Every Friday, he fires up his grill at 8 p.m. sharp. Remember to order in advance or you probably won’t get a bite…

Tommorow’s ibiza beach is Cala Gracio

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