Late Deals to Cala'n Bosch
Departs
Saturday
(+/-3 days)
7 nights
from
14 nights
from
26 Jul£879£1378
2 Aug£856£1289
9 Aug£787£1329
16 Aug£755£1207
23 Aug£755£1164
30 Aug£598£811
6 Sep£563£895
13 Sep£451£857
20 Sep£518£854
27 Sep£360£409
4 Oct£354£378
11 Oct£345£364
18 Oct£333£691
25 Oct£451 -

Holidays to Cala'n Bosch
Departing 7 nights
from
14 nights
from
July£756£1289
August£598£811
September£360£409
October£333£364
May£363£408
June£456£564

Holidays to Menorca
Departing 7 nights
from
14 nights
from
July£486£837
August£279£288
September£225£246
October£178£186
May£189£188
June£250£325

Set on the corner of a quiet residential street, Villa Venus is a simple, modern villa purpose constructed for families and friends looking for accommodation in the quieter fringes of the resort. Tranquil but by no means isolated, you'll be enveloped by the sounds of splashing and laughter from the other holidaymakers in the villas next to you enjoying the sun. Terracotta tiles and simple pine furniture decorate the spacious lounge area and comfortable bedrooms, while out on the terrace, you'll find a dining area and a barbecue so you can make the most of the balmy evenings. With the main road to the resort running behind the villa, the resort and its facilities are within easy reach. On the outskirts of Cala'n Bosch, Villa Venus enjoys a peaceful setting, while placing the soft sand beach at your disposal, as well as the brimming restaurants and bars around the marina. For a spot of historical sightseeing, head to Ciutadella, or explore the megalithic remains at Naveta des Tudons.

Villa Venus is located in Cala'n Bosch which is largely a family friendly resort so you will not find any brash clubbing venues though in recent years a few lively music pubs and bars have appeared around the harbour. Apart from that the entertainment in Cala'N Bosch is often hotel based and fairly low key.

Cala'n Bosch does offer a selection of a brace of good sized sandy beaches. Both beaches come with good facilities. Water sports equipment is available for hire from both beaches. The dinghy sailing lover has options if you book up for Villa Venus in Cala n Bosch. Try out Son Xoriguer beach for sailing or windsurfing tuition. This is the place to rent a sailing dinghy, a Hobie Cat, a windsurfing session or if you love to book a canoeing session. Water skiing sessions are also on the agenda for the brave. Ensure that your holiday insurance covers water sports before booking up a water sports session or water sports equiment.

So what entertainment can you anticipate in Cala n Bosch if you take a holiday at Villa Venus? The heart of the commercial area of Cala'N Bocsh and hence the majority of the shops, restaurants and bars are set around the attractive port area which is quite sizeable for a place of this size. The port shelters all but the largest yachts, together with all types of leisure craft. The port area comes alive as the sun goes down. In high season you will discover all types of artists and street traders marketing their wares and services. You can commision a local artist to sketch a family caricature as a timeless momento of your of your Villa Venus visit.

The specially made resort of Cala'n Bosch is situated near to the far south west of Menorca. Because Villa Venus is found in Cala'n Bosch which is virtually on the far side of Menorca from the airport it is no suprise that the transfer from Mahon airport to the resort is possibly the resort transfer in Menorca. It usually takes approximately one hour or so by car or a little more by bus from the island's airport to Cala'n Bosch. Travel west across the island on the ME-1 in the direction of Ciudadela. On the outskirts of Ciudadela, look out forthe RC-2 bypass which will take you south to Cala'n Bosch. Bear in mind that if you currently possess an old map of Menorca, you might discover that several roads have been renumbered over the last few years by the highway authorities.

Villa Venus is in the resort of Cala n Bosch which is situated on the Mediterranean island of Menorca (occasionally called Minorca). The island of Menorca is the second largest of the Balearic islands and is only 34 kilometers from the largest island, Majorca. Those who have already taken a holiday in either Majorca or Ibiza, will soon find that Menorca is frequently quieter 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 generally quite rugged and populated with tranquil fishing villages. The southern coast of Menorca is mainly less rugged and is populated with quiet resorts that are family-friendly.

As already stated Menorca is quite a compact island. By renting a car you will be able get around the entire island. There are numerous tourist information offices dotted around in the holiday resorts of Menorca providing the latest information about Minorcan excursions, beaches and local events. The tourism information offices also supply local a map of the island.

The island of Menorca is far less expansive and quieter than Majorca. This unhurried pace is probably why Menorcan holidays are usually aimed towards families. It is no suprise that a lot of resorts are deemed to be family friendly. Menorca is less developed and retains more of the original island charm than the other islands. So why not pack your sunglasses and head off to Villa Venus in Cala n Bosch and take in some sun on an island with character and charm?