Playa d’en Bossa
Location: Directly in the town of Playa d’en Bossa
Facilities: loungers, umbrellas, showers, lifeguards, disabled access, restaurants, bars, shops, lifeguards
Activities: Water bicycles, SUP (Stand Up Paddle), school of windsurf, catamaran, kitesurf, bananaboat, jet skiing, water skiing, diving school, volleyball
Size: 2 km in length, 20-30 meters wide
The longest stretch of sand on the island, the beach of Playa d’en Bossa is dotted with beach bars and lounges that offer a variety of scenes from the super trendy for more relaxed. The waters cover a bed of sand of the sea so it is ideal for ball games and safe for younger children. There is little shade so take coverups. Excellent views of Dalt Vila (the old town of Ibiza). Perfect for long beach walks! Great range of water sports, boating and a variety of fun toys in the water.
The other end of the beach (away from Ibiza town, the watchtower) is calmer and quieter than the Ibiza end, less people and less house music. For those of you looking for a beach party, wander Bora Bora Bar, roughly in the center of Playa d’en Bossa, next to the Jet Complex, where there are several bars with live music club and serve vodka lemon in the sun !
Tip: Enjoy a walk towards the watchtower at the end of the beach.
Facilities: a lot of bars, beach clubs and restaurants are dotted along its length.
Directions: Reached by car, bicycle or bus from the city of Ibiza, just 4 miles away. Parking is quite easy, as there are dedicated along the beach parking lots, usually near popular restaurants.
The beach of Playa d’en Bossa is full of beach bars, from small beach huts to cool chill-out lounges and restaurants. Many, including the (in) famous Bora Bora, play house music all day. Others further down away from Ibiza, as the Scirocco, Sands and Nassau are a little more relaxed and serves excellent food.