Shallow water and a wide stretch of soft, warm sand as far as the eye can see; it can only be Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza’s longest beach!
There is plenty to do here and unlike some of Ibizas more secluded beaches, Playa d’en Bossa is lively and lined with bars and restaurants. There is something for everyone here, from families with children, to the shore side cocktail sipper to the more hardened party people and as Playa d’en Bossa is the longest beach on the island they all sit harmoniously together.
Crystal clear waters allow for all sorts of water sports, boats lurk on the horizon and the soft, warm sand is perfect for both beach games and long, relaxing barefoot walks alike.
As the beach stretches for about 2km, there ius a quieter end away from all the hustle and bustle of the more central part. Just look for the watchtower and head that way for a bit more peace, however make sure that you come back around sunset and head for Bora Bora Bar for some cool drinks and even cooler house beats to start of your evening.
Don’t just stay there though, as just metres from the sand of Playa d’en Bossa you are treated to a plethora of bars, clubs and restaurants, each one catering for a different pallet or mood.
Staying near Playa d’en Bossa is easy enough; it is filled with hotels and apartments but be warned, as this is a hot spot of the island (and quite iconic in itself!), it tends to book up quickly. Again, just like the beach itself, the area has more distinctly quieter regions if you want to make sure you sleep away from the action. For the more immersive party goer experience, you can stay right on the beach and never miss the action!
How to find he beach: Reached by car, bicycle, or bus from Ibiza Town, only 4 kms away.