Unlike some of the other modern resorts that can be found in the western part of the Spanish island of Menorca, Cala n Bosch has the advantage of being a small, predominantly quiet area to stay in. A Cala n Bosch holiday rental villa offers a good degree of privacy and tranquillity; but for those travelling for a bit of energy and excitement, the environment outside the villa is as vibrant and busy as you would expect it to be.
For those travellers who love a good beachside holiday, the resort of Cala n Bosch is the perfect location to fly off to. The resort has many fabulous water activities on its doorstep such as swimming, diving, sailing, windsurfing, snorkelling and fishing. Travellers can also enjoy a whole host of other pursuits on a Cala n Bosch holiday including horse riding, hiking, roller-blading, golf, tennis and mountain biking.
If you have come to the island of Menorca to have a mixture of the tranquillity of Cala n Bosch and the excitement of some of the traditional ways of life on the island then you should head to the hippodrome at the city of Mahon, on the eastern side of the island. At the Mahon hippodrome visitors can take in the hypnotic trotting races - a tradition that dates back over 200 years. The jockeys ride in a cart and have to work really hard to make sure that their horse does not break into a gallop or they lose!
One of the most important factors of booking a holiday is the quality of the weather and this is no different for a Cala n Bosch holiday. Thankfully travellers who are interested in a Cala n Bosch holiday will discover that Western Menorca has a typical Mediterranean climate with daytime temperatures reaching as much as 28 degrees Celsius. The cooler months of the year are still pleasant with a maximum of 15 degrees Celsius to be expected. The annual rainfall amount for Cala n Bosch is approximately 15 inches.
Travelling to the magnificent modern resort of Cala n Bosch is very simple to do as it is under an hour’s journey from the island’s main airport, Mahon Airport (MAH). Passengers can leave the UK from numerous airports including Belfast (BFS), Bristol (BRS), Exeter (EXT), Edinburgh (EDI) and Leeds-Bradford (LBA). Travellers will find that there are many airlines that have regular, cheap flights to Menorca such as Ryanair, EasyJet, Thomas Cook Airlines, BMIbaby and Thomson Airways.