Paradise Club and Spa Aparthotel

With two outdoor pools, an indoor option that’s reserved for adults, and a kids’ splash park, the Paradise Club and Spa is a heaven for water lovers.

If you’re looking for an active break, the hotel hosts water polo and football matches. If you’d rather relax, head to the spa. For children, there’s even a kids’ club and a playground.

Meals are served in the buffet restaurant. You’ll be welcomed by show-cooking stations where meals are cooked freshly in front of you. After dinner, entertainment includes everything from mini-discos to live performances.

Overview of Cala n Bosch

When you head on a holiday to Menorca, you’ll discover an island that’s beautiful and traditional. The most laid-back of the Balearic Islands, Menorca’s been relatively unchanged by tourism, so you can enjoy an authentic break in the sunshine.

Cala’n Bosch is home to the Paradise Club and Spa Aparthotel. It blends stunning natural beauty with private beaches and historic architecture. So, whether you’d like to sit on the beach or explore the coastline, a stay in Cala’n Bosch will leave you feeling inspired and refreshed.

Things to do in Menorca

The location of the Paradise Club and Spa Aparthotel is as good as it gets. It’s almost in the heart of Cala’n Bosch and is close to the bars and restaurants on the marina.

The town is packed with soft dunes that surround the horseshoe bay. To experience the best of Cala’n Bosch, head beneath the waves to swim with the most breathtaking sea life in the world.

For family-friendly fun, head to Aquarock. Some of the rides are big and bold, while a splash park keeps little ones entertained. In the evening, visit the marina for candlelit meals, fresh seafood and plenty of sangria.

Menorca is only a small island, but it’s full of character, and a stay in Cala’n Bosch will capture your heart.


Resort Summary

The luscious deep greens of the soft dunes which surround this gorgeous horseshoe bay act as a tranquil shelter for those lucky enough to lie on its golden sands. The surrounding landscape, which is punctuated rarely by a small, tiled roof or sun-bleached white wall, make for a beautiful and calming atmosphere. There are few things as fun to do as witnessing all the wonders beneath the waves. And the Mediterranean sea boasts some of the most breathtaking sea life, coastal geography, and underwater beauties in the world.