With both legendary nightlife and a great beach, holidays to Playa d’en Bossa give you Ibiza at its best. And the old-world charms of the island’s capital are right on your doorstep.
Fun round the clock
Set on Ibiza’s southeast coast, Playa d’en Bossa is a real all-rounder. It’s home to club legends Space and Bora Bora, but it also comes with a great waterpark and the longest beach on the island. And that’s not all – it’s also only about 10 minutes’ drive from the old town sights of the capital.
Cocktails and kite-surfing
Playa d’en Bossa uses its two-kilometre stretch of sand well. There are plenty of sunloungers and umbrellas along here, and of course it’s packed with beachfront bars where you can drink cocktails in between dancing to chill-out tunes. As for sports, this place really goes to town with kite-surfing, diving and volleyball.
One of the great things about Playa d’en Bossa is that kids can have as much fun here as the grown-ups. Down on the beach there are merry-go-rounds, bouncy castles and trampolines, plus you’ve got mini-golf and a rodeo at the bowling centre. In the evenings, too, there’s a family-friendly vibe – most of the pubs welcome kids.
Ibiza Old Town is just 10 minutes down the road. Here, you can wander around the cobbled streets, cathedral and castle, or just have a mosey in the tucked-away boutiques. A 10-minute drive in the other direction takes you to Ses Salines Natural Park. Salt production in Ibiza goes way back, and it’s still harvested here to this day. Expect shimmering salt flats, flamingo-filled marshes and even huge mounds of the white stuff, which all look particularly impressive at sunset. The landscape’s naturally-high salt content means that the water on this part of the island has a slightly salty taste.
Things to See and Do in Playa d'en Bossa
Playa d'en Bossa's gently-curving, palm-fringed beach is the longest in Ibiza. Its fine sands are very popular with families for their cleanliness and the excellent watersports available during high season.
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