This cove is located in the most southwestern area of the Island, with a length of about 80 meters just 12 kilometers from Ciutadella and 56 kilometers from the capital of Mahon, you have to have a Calan Bosch Car Rental to have more freedom.
Like all the southern coves, you can enjoy its transparent waters with blue and turquoise tones that kiss that beautiful fine white sand that gives them that touch of paradise.
The urbanization is one of the most visited in the tourist season, therefore, it has a wide variety of services. You can find a number of bars, restaurants and pubs where you can enjoy your stay, as well as a multitude of hotel complexes and rental of apartments or vilas, car and motorcycle rentals.
It should be noted its marina, known as “ Lago de Cala’n Bosch ”And has more than 270 moorings. The port itself is surrounded by restaurants, bars and shops, as well as offering multiple activities for your vacation such as boat trips, diving, kayak rental, among many others.
Remember that the best option to move around is Calan Bosch Car Rental
Carrer Circumvalació 4
- Mondays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Tuesdays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Wednesdays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Thursdays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Fridays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Saturdays: 09:00 - 20:00
- Sundays: 09:00 - 20:00
It is an ideal place to go with children, not only because of its magnificent beaches but also because of the children’s offer that the place offers, such as the largest water park on the island known as “ Aquarock ”. You will find from swimming pools, water attractions to a karting adapted to all ages of children, with a snack area, restaurants and a bar where you can cool off and recharge with a good meal.
If you want to take a wonderful walk enjoying the promenade in the area and see the sunset in one of the most spectacular areas of the island, do not hesitate to go to the “Artrutx Lighthouse” 1 kilometer from Cala’n Bosch where looking on the horizon you will see our neighboring island, Mallorca.
Another place to visit is “Sa Cova d’es Pardals” 3 kilometers east of Cala’n Bosch along the Camí de Cavalls, which was a cave used years ago by fishermen and smugglers in times of war.