It’s Calóon the north coast of Formentera it’s a typical fishing village It has a small beach of 50 meters with excellent transparent waters.
Formerly it was the first port of the island. From Roman times fishermen and exporters used it intensely. Today they are the inhabitants of La Mola who have their boats here.
Like the entire north-facing coast, this area is rocky and alternates with small beaches of fine sand. Receive the dreaded Tramontana wind, but if we walk 5 minutes to Ses Plagetes We will find a beach covered by the dunes and the walk is very pleasant to do.
Es Caló has the attractiveness of its views towards the cliffs of La Mola and nearby the best fish restaurants. This area is perfect to do scuba diving.
Despite being very small, the beach has services parking, sun loungers and bar.