Villa Jessica is a spacious and contemporary holiday home. The pine furniture, white tiles and walls throughout make the rooms feel light and airy. The large, open plan lounge gives you some space out of the sun to enjoy a mid afternoon siesta or read a book.
Although most of the facilities would be suitable for the less mobile, the bathrooms are quite compact and doorways to each bedroom are not wide enough to fit a wheelchair through. This simply fitted out villa is faultless for those wanting to unwind without being too far away from the life of the towns. Villa Jessica is convenient and well equipped for almost every need.
For those wanting to immerse themselves in the history of the island, the megalithic monument Naveta des Tudons is on the main road to the ancient capital of the island Ciutadella from Mahon and is one of the best examples of its kind in Spain.

Villa Jessica can be found in Cala'n Bosch which is predominantly a family resort so don't expect to discover any noisy clubbing venues though in recent years a couple of loud music pubs and bars have appeared around the resort. Other than that the Cala'n Bosch entertainment scene is usually hotel based and quite low key in nature.

Cala'n Bosch boasts a selection from two decent sized fine sandy beaches,both come with decent facilities. Equipment for watersports can usually be hired from both beaches. The dinghy sailing lover has options if you book up for Villa Jessica in Cala n Bosch. Visit Son Xoriguer beach for sailing or windsurfing tuition. One can also hire a sailing dinghy, a Hobie Cat, a windsurfing session or if you would like to book a canoeing session. Water skiing tuition is also on the agenda for the energetic. You should check that your holiday insurance includes cover for these 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 Jessica? The heart of the resort of Cala'N Bocsh and therefore the bulk of the restaurants, bars and cheap fast food outlets are located around the picturesque port area which is reasonably big for a resort of this size. The port shelters motor yachts, and all types of leisure craft. The marina becomes quite lively when the heat of the day subsides. In the main holiday season you can see a wide range artists and street traders marketing their wares and services. Why not ask a talanted artist to draw your caricature as a permanent souvenir of your of your holiday to Villa Jessica in Cala'n Bosch.

Geographically the custom made resort of Cala'n Bosch is very near to the extreme south-western tip of Menorca. As Villa Jessica is found in Cala'n Bosch which is almost on the opposite side of the island from Mahon airport it comes as no great suprise that the transfer from Mahon airport to the resort is possibly the resort transfer in Menorca. The trip generally takes approximately one hour or so when driving or slightly more by coach from Menorca's airport into Cala'n Bosch resort. Traverse Menorca on the ME-1 following signs for the former capital of Ciudadela. On the edge of Ciudadela, takethe RC-2 road which will take you south to Cala'n Bosch. If you currently own an old map of the island, you could find that a number of highways have been renamed over the last few years which could cause confusion.

Villa Jessica is in the resort of Cala n Bosch which can be found on the Balearic island of Menorca (sometimes known as Minorca). The island of Menorca is the second biggest of the Balearic islands and is just 34 kilometers from the largest Balearic island, Majorca. Those who have already visited either Majorca or Ibiza, will notice that Menorca is frequently less lively than the other Balaeric islands. With more beaches than any other Balearic island, Menorca is well known for it's large number of resorts that are relaxed and low key. The northern coast of Menorca is mainly very rugged and populated with peaceful fishing villages. The south coast of Menorca is generally a complete contrast and is sprinkled with tranquil resorts that are family-friendly.

As we previously mentioned Menorca is quite a small island. By renting a car you could easily visit the entire island. There are plenty of tourism information offices to be found in the towns of Menorca providing up to date information regarding Menorca excursions, beaches and local events. The Menorca tourist information offices are also a great place for local maps.

The island of Menorca is much smaller and slower paced than Majorca. This peacefulness is a major reason why Menorcan holidays are mainly aimed towards the family holiday market. Unsuprisingly most of resorts are deemed to be family friendly. The island of Menorca has avoided over-development and retains more of the original character than the busier islands. So why not pack your sunglasses and book a holiday in Villa Jessica in Cala n Bosch and absorb some sun on an island with character and charm?