About Cala Moll
Cala Moll, also referred to as Son Moll, is the largest beach in the popular port of Cala Rajada, along the northeast coast of the island. Located just a few kilometres from the traditional village of Capdepera, this touristy beach is very popular in the summer months with families, and well visited by Germans, British as well as mainland Spanish, many of whom make this their base for the holidays. In other months, May-June and September-October, it has more of a party reputation for a younger crowd.
Cala Moll is about 150-metres long with soft, white sand and lovely green-blue water. Exceptionally for such a tourist-friendly beach, there are no water sports for hire here, but that makes the swimming extra fun and free, especially for younger children. There are plenty of parasols and lounge chairs for hire and there are onsite facilities include showers, changing rooms and toilets.
Surrounding the beach is a paved boardwalk with hotels, restaurants serving traditional Mallorcan, Spanish and beach-inspired food, and souvenir shops.
Cala Ratjada is a beautiful fishing port in east Mallorca. See the abcMallorca guide for the best hotels, eating out, beaches, things to do and much more. […] Cala Ratjada
Safety and Access
Cala Moll is easily reached by car following the signs off of the main road coming from Artá and Capdepera. Parking can be difficult in the peak summer months as there is only one small parking lot. Otherwise look for parking on the streets of the small village. There is a public bus that stops here, just steps from the beach. The water here is such that it is a good location to anchor a boat for the day.
Cala Moll is wheelchair accessible as there is a paved and boarded path that leads right to the sand and there are several beach bars and restaurants overlooking the beach which makes a nice place to sit as well. There is a lifeguard on duty and a first aid station right on the beach.
Things to do on Cala Moll
For a touristy and family-friendly beach, it is surprising that there are no water sports activities here. But in a way, it makes Cala Moll special because it allows people to be more at ease in the beautiful, clear water for swimming or snorkeling. The lack of these activities also keeps it a bit more quiet considering the big crowds. Here is a beach to sit back and relax, read or play cards, or enjoy one of the beach bars or restaurants right onsite.
Restaurants on Cala Moll
There are several restaurants and beach bars on Cala Moll which gives it a lively atmosphere. Because of this beach’s popularity among Germans, some of the menus might be in German before Spanish, Catalan or English. Menu’s tend to be quite standard and very casual, offering dishes that please everyone- from paellas to basic tapas to grilled fish to chicken nuggets and fries for the little ones. These establishments make great viewing for sunset cocktails as well. Venture into nearby Cala Rajada or even further afield to Capdepera or Artá where there are many more dining options.
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Hotels on Cala Moll
Around Cala Moll and in neighbouring Cala Rajada, there are many small and mid-range hotels offering package deals, as well as some family-style bed and breakfasts, and of course many self-catering vacation rentals. There will be more options in Capdepera and in Artá, which increasingly has more boutique and upscale accommodations as well.
Located close to the town of Capdepera, this hotel offers 26 bright and welcoming guest suites. A great base to explore the northeast of Mallorca. Well-known for its Michelin star chef. Book now! […] Predi Son Jaumell Hotel Capdepera
Nearby Cala Moll
Cala Rajada was once a sleepy fisherman’s port but over the years grew into a very popular tourist resort. Some of its charm certainly still remains, the landscapes and water are quite beautiful. At just 15-minutes drive, Artá is a charming, rural village with many good restaurants, shops and beautiful churches to visit. And historic Capdepera only a few minutes away, is worth a visit to see its medieval castle and wander among the old, stone streets.
Interested in playing some golf on your Mallorca holiday, visit nearby Capdepera Golf, a very well-maintained 18-hole golf course.
This mature 18-hole course enjoys a delightful location surrounded by the Llevant hills and provides a challenge for accomplished and inexperienced Golfers. […] Capdepera Golf
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