Es Calo de Sant Agustí is a charming little fishing village, located near La Mola, which is named after the Augustinian monks who founded in the ninth century a monastery in La Mola and used this small harbor jetty for the inport and export of goods.
This is a small group of houses surrounding the beautiful pier, wooden leaning docks that allow the retreat of boats.
Surrounded by a beautiful natural environment this small enclave has sandy beaches and coves nearby to hide and relax in the sun or diving.
Around this small enclave there are numerous beaches with crystalline waters.
Es Calo de Sant Agustí is famous for the quality of its restaurants, each with its own specialty.
Do not forget to taste the fresh fish, paellas, seafood and meat in any of them.