Cala'n Bosch, Menorca, Spain
Cala'n Bosch is located in the far southwest corner of the island and is one of the biggest and liveliest resorts in Menorca. The resort is centred around the attractive marina where visitors will find a wide selection of restaurants and bars.
Cala'n Bosch Reviews
Mrs L Gallamore, Bolton
|22nd Sep 2017|
|Las Brisas Playa Park Apartments|
|1 Bedroom Apt|
Lovely resort, the beaches were lovely and clean, close to Ciutadella.
Mr M Colville, Sidcup
|21st Sep 2017|
|Casas del Lago Aparthotel|
|Bed & Breakfast|
Beautiful beach, beautiful marina, restaurants.
Mr M Robinson, Stockton-on-tees
|15th Sep 2017|
|Club Ciudadela Apartments|
|1 Bedroom Apt|
Very nice beach, marina lovely and lots of places to eat, entertainment for kids, great resort.
Mr M Simpson, Watford
|8th Sep 2017|
|Princesa Playa Hotel and Apartments|
|Double Or Twin|
Absolutely loved the resort - only 10 minutes walk from the Playa Princess - a nice beach with a pretty harbour with many tavernas - spoilt for choice when choosing one to enjoy a meal or drink. It has a small parade of shops including supermarket, gift shops and boutiques. The whole resort is very clean and quiet - we booked 8 September 2017 for 10 days. The local bus stops just outside the Playa Princess and along various routes and we visited Cuitadella a couple of times - beautiful city with market, shops and restaurants. Also booked a coach trip to Mahon. This is our second visit to this part of Menorca and long to book again.
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There are 2 beaches in the resort, Cala'n Bosch beach and Son Xoriguer beach. Cala'n Bosch is the bigger of the two and offers fine white sand that gently slopes into the warm shallow waters, perfect for young children. The marina is just 2 minutes from the beach so there are plenty of bars and restaurants close by. There is a range of watersports offered here and there are good opportunities for snorkeling round the nearby rocks. Son Xoriguer beach is good too and is popular for watersports, offering sailing lessons, windsurfing and water skiing.
Things to Do
There are many boat trips that sail away from the marina. Many of the trips will sail around the unspoilt coves and deserted beaches and give you the opportunity to swim and snorkel or just relax on the beautiful beaches. There are also fishing trips and dolphin spotting trips available.
Although diving is very popular here, you can also participate in windsurfing, surfing, canoeing, jet skiing, water skiing and parasailing so there is a great choice of action packed activities.
Kids will be well entertained with bouncy castles, trampolines and crazy golf.
Out and About
The majority of bars and restaurants can be found at the marina and you will find a great range of foods here to suit many different tastes and budgets. There are no nightclubs but the bars around the marina area can get quite lively at night.
Lots of traders also set up their stalls in the marina at night and you will find a range of things such as henna tattoos and hair braiding.
There is not a great choice when it comes to shopping but there is a commercial centre where you will at least find the basics and there are some local shops selling local goods so you should be manage to get that all important souvenir to take home. There is also a market located in the marina.
The bus travels along and stops at all the neighbouring resorts so if you fancy trying out a different beach or seeing what the other resorts have to offer then this will not be a problem.
There are a few water parks in the area. Club San Jamie water park is especially good for smaller children while the large Los Delfines water park has some great water slides and will suit older children too. Aquarock is also suitable for all ages and even has a go kart track.
For some amazing views, take a trip up to Monte Torro, Menorca's highest point and see the pre-historic burial site and Franciscan convent.
Not only does Ciudadella have a great selection of shops and restaurants, there are also many historic things to see such as the 14th century gothic cathedral, a couple of museums and the remains of the fortified walls. For the perfect end to your day, venture down to the harbour for a drink and enjoy the atmosphere.
The capital, Mahon also has it's fair share of historic buildings such as La Mola, a gigantic fort which is located at the harbour side and the Baroque church of Santa Maria to name but a few. Many people come to Mahon to shop and will certainly not be disappointed. There are many bars and restaurants and nightclubs too, so it may well be worth saying over to take full advantage of what Mahon has to offer.
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