On the outskirts of popular Cala'n Bosch, this pleasant, traditional villa is a fantastic setting for a quiet holiday with family or friends.

Villa Esperanza can be found in Cala'n Bosch which is predominantly a family based resort so you will not find any noisy discos though in recent years a couple of music pubs have opened around the marina. Other than that the entertainment in Cala'N Bosch is mainly hotel based and quite low key in nature.

Cala'n Bosch boasts a selection from a couple of resonably sized sandy beaches,both offer decent facilities. Water sports gear can usually be hired from both beaches. The dinghy sailing enthiusiast has options if you book up for Villa Esperanza in Cala n Bosch. Try out Son Xoriguer beach for sailing tuition. One can also hire a dinghy, a Hobie-Cat catamaran, a windsurfing session or if you love to book a canoeing session. Water skiing sessions are also on the agenda for the energetic. You should check that your holiday insurance covers hazardous activities before booking up a water sports session or water sports gear.

So what entertainment can you expect in Cala n Bosch if you stay at Villa Esperanza? The centre of the commercial area of Cala'N Bocsh and most of the shops, restaurants and bars are dotted around the bustling port area which is reasonably big considering, for a place of this size. The harbour contains small and medium sized yachts, plus all types of leisure craft. The harbour side becomes quite lively as darkness falls. In the main holiday season you are sure to find a wide range traders and artists offering their goods and services. You can ask a local artist to sketch a flattering caricature or portrait as a permanent memory of your of your holiday to Villa Esperanza in Cala'n Bosch.

The custom developed holiday destination of Cala'n Bosch is situated close to the far south west of Menorca. Because Villa Esperanza is found in Cala'n Bosch which is almost on the opposite side of the island from Mahon airport it is no suprise that the trip from airport to Cala'n Bosch is possibly the longest transfer in Menorca. The trip usually takes an hour or so by car or a bit longer by bus from Mahon airport into Cala'n Bosch. Traverse Menorca on the ME-1 towards Ciudadela. Before reaching Ciudadela, look out forthe RC-2 bypass which will take you south towards Cala'n Bosch. Bear in mind that if you already own a map of the island, you possibly may discover that a lot of roads have been renumbered in recent years by the authorities.

Villa Esperanza is in the holiday resort of Cala n Bosch which is set on the Balearic island of Menorca (occasionally known as Minorca). The island of Menorca is the second biggest of the three Balearic islands and is only 21 miles from the largest island, Majorca. Those who have already taken a holiday in either Majorca or Ibiza, will soon discover that Menorca is frequently less lively than the other Balaeric islands. With many more beaches than any other Balearic island, Menorca is reknowned for it's many resorts that are suitable for families. The northern coast of Menorca is generally very rugged and dotted with peaceful fishing villages. The southern coast of Menorca is mainly a complete contrast and is populated with peaceful resorts that are relaxed and low key.

As we previously mentioned Menorca is relatively a small island. If you hire a car you could easily get around the whole island. There are plenty of tourist information offices dotted around in the resorts of Menorca providing the latest information about Menorca excursions, beaches and local events. The tourism information offices are also a great place for a map.

Menorca is a lot more compact and less lively than Majorca. This peacefulness is a major reason why Menorca holidays are largely aimed towards families. It is no suprise that the majority of resorts are considered to be family friendly. Menorca is less spoilt and maintains a lot of the authentic charm than Majorca and Ibiza. So why don't you pack your sunglasses and head off to Villa Esperanza in Cala n Bosch and soak up some sun on an island with authentic character and charm?