The largest beach in Cala Ratjada, Playa de Son Moll, also referred to as Cala Moll, is a must for everyone visiting the northeastern part of Mallorca and looking for a decent place to swim, sip and shop.
Known as a tourist hot spot with restaurants, hotels and shops in close vicinity, you will not get bored at this easy-access beach! Read on for all there is to know about Playa De Son Moll!
- Beach length: 150 metres
- Beach type: sandy beach
- Showers: Yes
- Sunbeds to rent: Yes, as well as umbrellas
- Lifeguard: Yes
- Refreshments: Yes, May to October
- Toilets: Yes
- Watersports: No
- Accessibility: Wheelchair accessible
What is Playa De Son Moll Beach Like?
The beach itself is a beautiful white sandy beach that leads into green-blue water. The water is safe to swim for people of any age and what makes this beach extra attractive is the fact that there are no water sports activities allowed. This obviously makes it more safe and enjoyable for swimmers, especially young children.
Son Moll beach offers plenty of parasols and sun beds for hire and has an array of facilities such as showers, changing rooms and toilets. On top of that, it is easy to access thanks to the paved and boarded path, which connects it to some of the most popular hotels and restaurants.
Having all the necessary services, the white sand, as well as the vicinity of several restaurants and the fishing port, make Son Moll Beach one of the best beaches in Mallorca.
The beach is located in Cala Ratjada, close to the nearby fishing ports and easy access via public transport.
Due to its location, it is popular with tourists from all areas of Europe, specifically British, German and Spanish families. In the months of May and June, as well as September and October, the beach has a reputation of being a party beach thanks to the numerous beach bars and the younger crowds they attract.
Restaurants, Bars & Facilities
There are plenty of different restaurants and beach bars at Son Moll that will meet every guest’s needs and vibe.
If you are keen on a drink or a hearty breakfast with fruit juices, simply head to Son Moll Beach Bar. For those looking for a more sophisticated menu, a few metres away is Coco Beach House.
If you venture a bit into town or simply the side streets at Son Moll, you will find plenty of culinary offerings. For instance, Sa Trobada; is an impressive tapas bar with a wide variety of typical dishes to indulge in.
Lifeguard & Watersports
There are no watersports on this beach, but a daily lifeguard who makes the swimming as well as snorkelling experience even more fun and free.
Is Cala Moll Family-friendly?
Yes, the beach is absolutely family-friendly, especially in the summer months.
Where to Park at Cala Moll
While using your own car is usually the easiest and quickest way to get around, be warned that, especially in the summer months, it will be incredibly hard to find parking close to the beach at Cala Moll.
You might have to drive in circles a few times until other visitors leave or look for parking in the nearby streets.
Other Nearby Beaches
The closest beaches to Son Moll are Cala Rajada, Cala Agulla as well as Cala Gat, both also offering fine white sand.
Nearby Hotels & Resorts
You won’t struggle to find a place to sleep in Cala Ratjada. Hotels and resorts are everywhere and range from basic to mid-range accommodations.
The Grupotel Aguait Resort & Spa (adults only) is a wonderful option for couples or travellers that want excellent service and time to relax.
Another amazing place to stay close by is Son Moll Sentits Hotel & Spa.
Son Moll Sentits is also an adult only overlooking the beautiful beach and clear water of Son Moll and, therefore, perfectly located should you wish to have the beach, promenade and all kinds of shops in walking distance.