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Cala Moltons. A secluded beach

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Cala Moltons
Cala Moltons

Moltons Creek is a creek north of the island in the municipality of Sant Joan. It is accessed through the Port of San Miguel, following the road from Santa Gertrudis to the same port. Do not expect signs until you reach the beach of San Miguel. Once you're there, go to the left of the creek, and just after & uacute, last restaurant you will find a sign pointing the way something rustic. If you go with small children or people with difficulty in movement, discard the place, as the path to be traveled is in poor condition, with many loose stones and suitable for any slip.

After advancing about fifty yards up the hill we stopped to admire the scenery spectacular. & Nbsp; From here begins a sharp descent into the cove.

We find in Cala Moltons

In fact it is a small coat of about thirty meters steep areas, ending in a small beach about twenty yards wide and only a meter or two of sand. Find a couple of houses where a local shipyard keeps his boat, with the typical guides that reach the sea and are denied boarding and disembarking. Behind these houses will find a small & ntilde, or plain the pine trees that give shelter.

The shore is covered with rocks, presenting the same appearance to the interior where the slope is gentle to the end of the cove. Use special shoes when entering the water or use extreme caution before a ledge.

In Cala Moltons not find any type of service, so the creek is open to visitors fromseen contemplate nature in its purest form, in which only some curious who come to investigate interrupt the quiet cove. In the background you can see the cliff from the port of San Miguel, where there is a viewpoint you can see the creek itself.

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