Venture to the south east of Menorca to discover one of the island’s most luxurious resorts. Cala’n Bosch holidays have long been popular with families and young couples who are looking for a slice of Balearic paradise.
Two idyllic beaches, a beautiful marina and numerous family-friendly activities make Cala’n Bosch a strong contender for Menorca’s most sought after holiday destination. Inspired? Book your dream holiday in Cala’n Bosch, Menorca for 2019 or 2020 today.
So, what separates this Menorca resort from the competition? This stunning location has all the makings of a dream resort, with a wide selection of restaurants, bars and family-friendly Cala’n Bosch hotels, self-catering apartments and private villas.
The sheer natural beauty of Cala’n Bosch will take your breath away - the azure Mediterranean Sea, take in winding cobbled streets which take in whitewashed buildings, including quaint shops and boutiques. Cala’n Bosch is also the perfect place to kick back and relax; you can take things at a pace that suits you.
As for the weather, Cala'n Bosch is noticeably pleasant all year-round with mild winters and baking hot summers. Read on for a more detailed overview of the weather throughout the year.
In January and February, Cala’n Bosch, like the rest of Menorca, enjoys cool temperatures of around 12 degrees Celsius. While it may be a little cold for a swim, a romantic stroll along the beach is certainly not out of the question.
As we edge closer to Spring, Cala’n Bosch begins to warm up - no April showers here. You can expect temperatures of around 15 degrees in March and April.
In May, the temperature in Cala’n Bosch rises to around 18 degrees. That said, it’s not uncommon for the temperature to hit 20 on particularly hot days.
Cala’n Bosch in June is a real treat for sun-seekers with temperatures averaging around the low to mid 20s. If you book early enough, you can usually get a great deal on your holiday before the schools break up for summer.
July and August are Cala’n Bosch’s hottest months. The height of summer brings with it temperatures around the mid to high 20s. Averages of 25-28 are common around this time.
Looking for a very late summer break? Cala’n Bosch in September remains hot with the temperature sitting comfortably around the early 20s.
Don’t be fooled into thinking that Cala’n Bosch in October is cold. It may be getting chillier in the UK, but this part of Menorca still enjoys an average temperature of around 15 to 18 degrees.
In November and December, Cala’n Bosch begins to cool down a little with temperatures returning to around 12 degrees. If you’re looking for a relaxed winter break, we definitely recommend this sublime holiday destination.
Cala’n Bosch is one of the highlights of the Balearic Islands. Visitors to this outstanding part of Menorca have the best of both worlds - a relaxing base that’s close enough to the action should you want to explore.
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Escape to stylish serenity in Cala’n Bosch, where the Paradise Club and Spa Aparthotel offers fantastic facilities for all the family. Spend your days on the beautiful white sand beach and take a dip in the azure waters of the Mediterranean, later ret...
Cala’n Bosch is a relaxing haven, but that’s not say the area is without its share of activities. There’s plenty going on for families and couples here, including water sports and day trips to the vibrant town of Ciutadella. We’ve listed the best things to do in Cala’n Bosch to help you prepare for your break.
Boat trips regularly depart from the Cala’n Bosch marina for holidaymakers who want to explore more of Menorca. Set sail on turquoise waters and prepare to be awestruck by the area’s striking natural beauty.
The historic town of Ciutadella is just a 20 minute drive from Cala’n Bosch and is not to be missed. Explore the area’s breathtaking Gothic cathedrals or get lost among the many cobbled streets that wind through the town. If you get hungry, we’d strongly recommend one of the Ciutadella’s traditional restaurants for authentic Spanish tapas and local specialities.
Looking for beaches in Cala’n Bosch. Did you know Menorca boasts more beaches than Ibiza and Majorca? Cala’n Bosch Beach and Son Xoriguer are the two main coves found here. Both are easily accessible and provide a leisurely setting for a relaxing day in the sun.
Water sports is available throughout the Cala’n Bosch for anyone wanting to test their skills on the Mediterranean waves.
There’s plenty going on in Cala’n Bosch for you and your little ones too. For a day they’ll never forget, take them to the fun fair or the impressive Aqua Rock water park where you’ll find plenty of slides and a go-karting track!
Cala’n Bosch’s vibrant strip and town centre is dotted with bars and nightclubs, should you want a night on the tiles.
Menorca is renowned for it’s handmade leather goods. Looking for a new bag, belt or wallet? This is the place to find one. There are plenty of boutiques and souvenir shops around the area, should you want to bring back a memento from your trip.