Cala ‘n Bosch – Menorca

 

Transfer time – 1 hour

Best for – Families looking for plenty child friendly activities and superb beaches.

Cala ‘n Bosch is a fabulous family resort situated on the south west tip of the island, with breathtaking scenery and stunning beaches, British holiday makers have been coming here for years and continue to come year after year. This resort has something for everyone and with a short flight of just over 2 hours, you could be holidaying here sooner than you think.

Cala ‘n Bosch is a beach lovers paradise, and Cala ‘n Bosch has two fabulous beaches plus a number of secluded coves along the coastline. Both main beaches are soft golden sand, gently shelving into crystal clear waters, perfect for young children too as the waters are both shallow and warm. Scuba diving is great in the resort too and glass bottomed boats are a nice way to see the wonderful underwater world. There are plenty sunbeds and parasols for hire and a good selection of cafés, and restaurants for a refreshing drink and lunch. For those with plenty energy, the main beach has plenty water sports for hire, jet skis, water skiing, para gliding and pedalos, to name but a few.

For the kiddies who want alternative activities, there is many choices on offer, from bouncy castles, mini golf, trampolines and bowling, so plenty to keep them entertained.

Evenings in Menorca are not generally “busy”, however Cala ‘n Bosch has more than its fair share of bars, cocktails bars and lots of varied entertainment, all family friendly. The beautiful marina in the village has lots of open air cafés, just beautiful to sit back and watch the world go by. The choices of places to wine and dine are huge, from typical Spanish, to Italian, Chinese, and Indian as well as many snack bars and fast food places. There are lots of shops and souvenir stalls and in high season the marina comes alive with locals setting up stalls and selling all manner of wonderful stuff. The nearby resort of Son Bou is a quick taxi ride and is definitely worth a visit for a change of scenery.

Cala ‘n Bosch is well located for getting out and about around the island and there are some beautiful resorts within a short taxi ride or local buses run regularly and are very cheap. For the young and young at heart, there are a couple of water parks close by, with over 20 chutes, slides and water attractions, making for a fun day out for all. The local diving school do great boar trips which includes a couple of dives and they offer tuition for adults and children, and for those who don’t wish to dive, glass bottomed boats are popular, stopping off in nearby resorts for lunch etc. too. The families and couples travelling to Menorca, really must try to take in the Dancing Horses, andalucian horses, a true performance showing the connection between man and beast. Mahon, the islands capital has something for everyone, for a massive choice of bars and restaurants, a lovely harbour, masses of shops, boutiques and souvenir stalls, as well as a medieval town with lots of historical sights to see.

Joanna Baker

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23 years and counting which included 2 years YTS with Team Travel, 3 years in Crete as a rep for LTS/Sunworld. 11 years in Lincoln/TUI (6 years self-employed), 8 years with Low Cost Sunshine

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