has long been established as one of the most popular resorts on Ibiza. It’s beach that mergers into neighbouring Figuertes, runs parallel to an abundance of hotels, restaurants and entertainment venues which provide an ideal setting for the countless number of tourists that embark upon the resort every summer.
During sunlight hours, life in Playa d’en Bossa revolves around its 3km of shelving coastline. Water sport activities and the lure of the glistening Mediterranean attract families in their plenty, where as those wishing to kick start the evening flock to the lively beach bars that sporadically line the sands, most typified by the infamous Bora Bora.
Away from the beach, Playa d’en Bossa offers as much for young children as it does for the adults. The reasonably priced Aguamar Water Park and the bowling alley are just some of the favoured family entertainment options that run along the strip. For the brave minded party goers, Playa d’en Bossa is home nightclub HI (that now stands where the iconic club Space used to be but closed down in 2017. When the time comes to refuel, you will never be short of affordable options with international restaurants, fast food outlets and local cafes open throughout the day and late into the night.