Playa d'en Bossa
Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza, Spain
Playa d'en Bossa offers the Island's longest sandy beach and has facilities to suit everyone. The range of accommodation on offer will appeal to everyone.
The long sandy beach at Playa den Bossa is a great place to just chill out and relax or take to the clear waters and enjoy the many watersports on offer. The beach is approx 2km long and well serviced with sun loungers and shades. Some of the beach bars and chill-out lounges rent trendy day beds and balinese beds.
Watersports available include diving, jet skiing and windsurfing, parasailing, banana rides, pedalos and catamarans.
Things to Do
There are beach bars, beach clubs and nightclubs offering plenty of entertainment throughout the day and the night. Home to famous clubs, Space and DC10, the luxury Ushuaia Beach Club and the famous Bora Bora beach club you have plenty of opportunity to party on the beach and soak up the vibrant atmosphere with great DJs and live bands.
The resort has plenty of shops and boutiques and there is also a small hippy market in the mornings by the beach. In the evening you will find stalls along the promenade in neighbouring Figueretas.
When it comes to dining out you are spoiled for choice with everything from fast food and grills to international menus and the finest fresh fish restaurants.
Out and About
The AguaMar Water Park has a range of thrill slides and kids slides, to appeal to all ages, as well as pools, relaxation areas and a restaurant.
The Bowling Centre has bowling lanes, large screen TVs with sports coverage and an arcade, mini golf and trampolines for the little ones.
Ibiza Town is just 5km away and well worth visiting and easily accessible by road or ferry. Stroll around the prestigious Marina, browse the superyachts and dine in the waterside restaurants.
Be sure to make your way to the Dalt Vila and browse the artisan shops and art galleries that line the town squares and soak up the atmosphere in the pavement cafes. The historic quarter has everything from charming cobbled narrow alleyways to a Cathedral, museums and very well preserved bastions.
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