Cala’N Bosch holidays will see you situated in a modern resort on the stunning coast of Menorca, boasting a stunning man-made harbour brimming with yachts and small boats, sandy beaches and many water sports. The action and adventure around the water encompass this Menorca resort, attracting keen sailors and scuba divers, as well as beginners looking to embrace a new adventure.
Besides the water-based thrills that Cala’N Bosch offers to visitors, holidaymakers will also embrace a lively nightlife and exciting culinary scene offered around the attractive marina, full of aromatic restaurants and variable bars. The resort is situated just south of the interesting and historical city of Ciudadela and near to other bustling resorts such as Cala Blanca.
Cala'n Bosch attractions
With its picturesque setting and family friendly atmosphere, holidays in Cala'n Bosch are a popular choice. To find out more about this fantastic destination and to help you make the most of your holiday, check out our list of top things to do in Cala'n Bosch.
Tranquil Island Beauty
If you are looking to spend time relaxing on the beaches during your holidays in Cala N’Bosch then there are two for you to choose from. Both boast golden sands and crystal clear waters, in contrast to the rest of the island's rocky coastline. The beaches have a good variety of water sports for you to indulge in, as well as a popular sailing school offering tuition and rental out on the water. The resort’s main beach is found next to the marina and boasts calm waters and some rocky headlands that are great for snorkelling. Son Xoriguer is the neighbouring beach and offers a livelier atmosphere, with a range of water sports.
Wine & Dine
Wherever you choose to stay in the resort, there are numerous hotels based around the lively marina area, in close proximity to a range of restaurants and bars. Cala’n Bosch boasts a lively and varied nightlife, with plenty of restaurants where you can enjoy a romantic candlelit dinner for two. There are some superb menus on offer, whether you wish to sample the rich flavours of the Mediterranean or prefer the comfort of some home cooked British cuisine. You will find tapas bars, cafes and bars along the beach and in the marina, so you can enjoy the sights as you sip on a drink or two. The harbour is one of Cala’n Bosch’s most stunning attractions, and is a bustling hub of yachts and boats, with restaurants and cafes where you can enjoy some superb food and drink. Fresh seafood is one of the resort’s specialities, so be sure to sample some of the catch of the day during your stay.
Cala’n Bosch offers a wide array of adventurous activities and ways of discovering the island, from hiking and trekking trails to seeing the sights from above on a parasailing trip. The coast is the ideal place to head to for exploring from the water, with canoeing, kite surfing and boat trips offering some incredible views of the shores. The marina offers an array of boat tours that are ideal for couples, from a romantic dolphin watching trip to seeing the dreamy sights on a glass bottomed boat.
The beautiful Monte Toro is definitely worth a visit whilst you are on the island and is found on the highest point in Es Mercadal, boasting glorious views across the island. Nature lovers will be enthralled by the S’Albufera des Grau Nature Reserve, which is thought to be the largest wetland on a Mediterranean island and home to some unique birds and animal life.
Families are also spoilt for choice, with the resort offering a variety of things to keep the whole family entertained, from the waterslides at the aqua parks to a game of crazy golf. Bouncy castles and the mini train are great for little ones, or you can take the family out for a night of bowling.
The area surrounding Cala’n Bosch offers some stunning places to discover during your stay, such as the beautiful Fornells, a sleepy fishing village of ancient houses and a charming little harbour. Ciudadella and Mahon are both worth exploring if you wish to delve into some Menorcan historical culture, as is Es Mercadel, an old market town found nestled amongst the hills inland.
The nearby city of Ciutadella offers some intriguing sights for architecture fans, such as the 17th-century fortress, which is home to the Municipal Museum and the 14th-century Cathedral, which has interesting features such as gargoyles. Naveta des Tudons is found just outside the city and is a bronze age site where over 100 bodies were found, accompanied by treasures that were believed to be taken into their afterlives.