Thanks to its privileged climate, its cultural and artistic wealth, its wide and varied tourist offer and, of course, its beaches, Mallorca is one of the main tourist destinations in Spain, being visited every year by millions of Spaniards and foreigners. Today we would like to take you to this Balearic island to discover one of its most beautiful coves. It is Cala Moltó, also known as Es Guyó.
Located 3 kilometres from Cala Ratjada, in Capdepera, this beach was declared a Natural Area of Special Interest by the Parliament of the Balearic Islands in 1991, together with Cala Agulla and Cala Mesquida. Would you like to find out more about this sandy area? Well, all you have to do is come with us!
Always crystal clear waters
As you can discover for yourself by taking a look at the images in our gallery, Cala Moltó is a small rocky cove with a small sandy area. However, it is important to bear in mind that its seabed is sandy, so it is comfortable for your feet. The best of all is that its waters are always crystal clear, so it looks like a natural swimming pool all year round.
On the other hand, we would like to point out that this beach is completely virgin, so it has no services. As for the sandy area, it is so small that it fills up very quickly, so if you visit it you will probably have to stand on the rocks.
To get to the beach from the car park you will have to walk through a pine forest for about 15 minutes. When you reach the beach you will find a natural and very calm environment where many people take advantage of the opportunity to practice nudism. Here we leave you with our gallery, where you will find more images of this beautiful cove located in Mallorca. Don’t miss it!