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The Weather in Cala en Bosc
You can see our climate diagram above. July is the warmest month of the year in Cala en Bosc, with temperatures reaching an average daily maximum of 30°. In contrast, the coolest month is February. The rainiest month is November, while the driest month is June.
Discover dancing horses with Cala'n Bosch holiday homes
Cala'n Bosch's remarkable dancing horse displays alone are enough reason to stay in holiday homes here. But with aromatic local food and drink, the world's second largest natural harbour and miles of soft sand beach there is so much more.
Flavours of Mahon
Mahon harbour is the second largest natural harbour in the world. Visit the celebrated Xoriguer Distillery, which produces Menorca's classic gin. Taste Menorcan heritage stretching back to the 18th century then head to the food market at Placa del Carme and muse over fresh produce by the 17th century convent.
Spain's favourite seafood dish of paella is a big part of Cala'n Bosch menus. Tuck into this tasty local dish at one of the restaurants that line the marina. Complimented with Spanish wine, the paella is infused with seafood flavours like fried cuttlefish, or combined with suckling pig. Alternatively, snack on garlicky alioli and fresh bread as you watch the sunshine bounce off the water.
The dressage demonstration at Son Martorellet stables is understandably famous. The remarkable Somni Dancing Horses show combines equestrian art with magic tricks and drama. You have never seen anything like this combination of music, lights and dancing horses.
Another horse related cultural phenomenon to discover is the annual festival. Equestrian displays draw thronging crowds, with a convivial atmosphere helped along by a cocktail of lemonade and Xoriguer.
Travelling the island
For superb views over the coastline, ascend to the summit of the island's higest point, Monte Toro. Playas de Fornells is the next stop on your island tour. Ostentatious cactus grows here in abundance.
Fornells fishing village on the island's northern face is filled with exceptional restaurants nearby the harbour. Buy some cheese at Sant Patrici, a local cheese farm, before heading to the beach. Cala Galdana is one of the island's calmest bathing spots.
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