Cala Moltó is a sand and rock cove. The sandy section is quite limited fills up fast during the summer season, so be prepared to find a rocky place with beach access by following the coastal road. Cala Moltó and its beaches are a calm sanctuary away from the island's major tourist areas, surrounded by a natural and secluded setting. The infamous town of Cala Ratjada, is only 3 kilometers away.
Cala Moltó and its adjoining beaches, Cala Agulla and Cala Mesquida, were designated as a Natural Area of Special Interest by the Balearic Islands Parliament in 1991. Cala LLiteras is another interesting beach to the south of Cala Moltó.
During the off season it's occupancy is fairly low as you do need to walk a little ways to reach the designated sandy beach area, which is fairly scarce. However as mentioned the natural beauty that surrounds this place is absolutely fascinating. There are no services here, hence it is considered a "virgin" beach.
The route to this place by foot is also a popular hiking route with several different paths that ultimateily end up in Cala Mesquida.
While there is no bus that leaves you near the cove, getting to it by car should not pose any complications. Simply head towards Cala Agulla, and once in the small urbanization, follow the indications to Cala Moltó. The parking is paid (during the summer season) and only opens from 9 a.m. to 7 p.m. From the parking lot, as mentioned, you will have to walk to the beach through a pine forest for about 10-15 minutes.
It is probably best for family visits with older children.