Pretty, quiet and in a perfect location, the Ciudadela is just the ticket for a getaway in the sun. Sitting in gorgeous green grounds that are peppered with palm trees and fragrant flowers, these superb apartments are just a stone's throw the local attractions. Son Xoriguer and Cala'n Bosch beaches are just a hop, skip and a jump away. And it's just a short stroll to the buzzing marina with its atmospheric bars and restaurants. But when you just choose to escape from the crowds, simply hotfoot it back to base. In fact, everything you need is to hand here, so if you really choose to kick back - why go anywhere at all? Start as you mean to go on and head straight for the large, free-form pool. Flanked by swishing palms, cornflower-blue sun beds and thatched umbrellas, you'll de-stressed in next to no time here. For the more energetic, oodles of watersports are available along the beach including sailing, windsurfing and diving. Or don your hiking boots and set off into the captivating countryside. After a hard day's holidaying, head back to your whitewashed, low-rise apartment. With a fresh, modern decor, these spacious home-from-homes have a double bedroom with a dining and living area and well equipped kitchens. Cook yourself up a treat using the fresh local ingredients and dine al fresco on your terrace or take the night off and tuck in to a slap up meal at the hotel restaurant. So, just one question – what's keeping you?

Club Ciudadela Apartments is set in Cala'n Bosch which is predominantly a family based resort so don't expect to find any brash clubs though in recent years a few loud music pubs and bars have sprung up around the resort. Other than that the Cala'n Bosch entertainment scene is generally hotel based and quite low key.

Cala'n Bosch boasts a selection from a brace of decent sized powder sand beaches. Both beaches come with good facilities. Equipment for watersports can be hired from each beach. The dinghy sailing enthiusiast has options if you book up for Club Ciudadela Apartments in Cala n Bosch. Check out Son Xoriguer beach for sailing or windsurfing tuition. You can also hire a sailing dinghy, a Hobie-Cat catamaran, a windsurfer or if you would like to paddle a canoe. Water skiing tuition is also on the agenda for the brave. You should check that your medical insurance includes water sports before reserving a water sports session or water sports equiment.

So what night life can you expect in Cala n Bosch if you take a holiday at Club Ciudadela Apartments? The heart of the town of Cala'N Bosch and the majority of the restaurants, bars and cheap fast food outlets are set around the picturesque port area which is fairly large considering, for a resort of this size. The marina shelters small and medium sized motor yachts, and boats. The marina livens up when the heat of the day subsides. In the main holiday season you will discover a large number of artists and street traders marketing their wares and services. Why not ask a local artist to paint a caricature or portrait as a long term momento of your of your Club Ciudadela Apartments holiday.

Location wise the purpose built holiday destination of Cala'n Bosch is situated close to the extreme south-western tip of Menorca. Since Club Ciudadela Apartments is found in Cala'n Bosch which is almost on the other side of Menorca from Mahon airport it is no great suprise that the transfer from airport to Cala'n Bosch is possibly the resort transfer in Menorca. It usually takes an hour by car or a little longer by bus from the international airport to Cala'n Bosch. Traverse Menorca on the ME-1 in the direction of Ciudadela. Before reaching Ciudadela, look out forthe RC-2 highway which will take you south towards Cala'n Bosch. Please note that if you already have an old map of the balearic islands, you might find that a number of roads have been renamed in recent years by the highway authorities.

Club Ciudadela Apartments is in the holiday resort of Cala n Bosch which is situated on the Mediterranean island of Menorca (sometimes spelt as Minorca). The island of Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic islands and is only 34 kilometers from the bigger island, Majorca. Those who have already been to Majorca or Ibiza, will realise that Menorca is usually less lively than the other Balaeric islands. With a larger number beaches than any other Balearic island, Menorca is well known for it's large number of resorts that are suitable for families. The north coast of Menorca is mainly very rugged and dotted with peaceful fishing villages. The south coast of Menorca is generally a complete contrast and is dotted with quiet resorts that are suitable for families.

As we previously mentioned Menorca is quite a smallish island. By hiring a car you could easily get around the entire island. There are numerous tourism information offices to be found in the towns of Menorca. These provide the latest information about Minorcan events, beaches, attractions and excursions. The Menorcan tourist information offices are also a great place for a map.

Menorca is much less expansive and less bustling than Majorca. This unhurried pace is probably why Menorcan holidays are largely targetted at family holidays. It is no suprise that most of holiday destinations are classed as family friendly. The island of Menorca has avoided over-development and keeps a large amount of the original island character than Majorca and Ibiza. So don't hang about pack your flip-flops and book up for Club Ciudadela Apartments in Cala n Bosch and take in some sun at a destination with charm and character?