The location, Cala'n Bosch

"Bar Latibule" is located in the urbanization of Cala en Bosch 50 meters away from the beach. Cala en Bosch is 12 kilometers from Ciutadella,  between Marina de Cala en Bosch and Punta de sa Guarda, as well as next to the Cap d'Artrutx and Son Xoriguer urbanizations. 

Cala en Bosch beach

This beach is the first one that the visitor will find in the Menorcan south coast, coming from the west and next to Cap d'Artrutx (from here, in clear days, the coast of Majorca can be intuited). This sea inlet is characterized by having a u-shape, a slope of fine white sand, rugged, steep margins, low-rise cliffs crowned by tourist establishments, exposure to east-southeast-south-southwest-west winds, light breezes, calm water, gentle slope, high affluence of local bathers and tourists, as well as being one of the largest coastal stretches of the urbanized coves of Ciutadella. 

The marine and underwater conditions are suitable for anchoring boats with stable weather conditions, as this beach is very open. There is a marked zone of 1.5 nautical miles in which it is forbidden to anchor and drag. Here the union of the underwater electrical line between Menorca and Majorca takes place. 

Marina of Cala en Bosch

On its right flank there is an elongated and narrow entrance that leads to an interior lagoon, converted into the Marina of Cala en Bosch. Large ships will be denied entry to this maritime facility because a bridge that crosses this sleeve will prevent it.

Access by road is easy following the road signs and detours. The private vehicle can be parked free of charge in the surroundings. It can also be reached by public transport. If the beach has surveillance, it is obliged to follow the instructions of the rescuers and the signaling of the flags. 

Cala’n Bosch is in an ideal location to explore those Menorca attractions situated on the west side of the island, such as the town of Ciutadella, Far d'Artrutx lighthouse, Quarries of S'Hostal or the ancient prehistoric settlement at Son Catlar.

The numerous water sports on offer at Cala’n Bosch is one of the highlights to visiting the resort, whether its jet powered flyboarding, sea kayaking, snorkelling or not to be missed are the boat trips along some stunning coastline and gorgeous secluded beaches, such as Son Saura and Cala Turqueta. 

Cala Turqueta

There are two stages of the coastline pathway known as Cami de Cavalls that can be used by walkers or mountain bikes both of easy difficulty from Ciutadella to Cap d’Artrutx (7.4 miles) and Cala en Turqueta to Cap d’Artrutx (8 miles), we recommend you catch a bus to Ciutadella, then onto Cala en Turqueta and walk back to Cala’n Bosch, but take plenty of water, there are no shops on route.

Cap d’Artrutx lighthouse

For shorter walks from Cala’n Bosch more suited for kids, try following the coastline path eastwards where you’ll discover the beach at Son Xoriguer then into the sea cave at Sa cova des pardals. Alternately, follow the coast westwards to the Cap d’Artrutx lighthouse which offers spectacular sunsets over the sea with views to Majorca.

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