Playa d'en Bossa

Beach / Nightlife Area / Outdoor Activity
Playa d'en Bossa One of the most well-known of Ibiza's beaches, Playa d'en Bossa is comprised of two kilometers of white sand lined with a plethora of bars, clubs, and Cafés, and offers enough aquatic activities to keep just about anyone... Ibiza Spain 38.891509 1.410241
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Party Earth Review One of the most well-known of Ibiza’s beaches, Playa d’en Bossa is comprised of two kilometers of white sand lined with a plethora of bars, clubs, and cafés, and offers enough aquatic activities to keep just about anyone... ... read full review

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  • Recommended as:

    • Day Spot

Party Earth Playa d'en Bossa Review

The Scene

One of the most well-known of Ibiza's beaches, Playa d'en Bossa is comprised of two kilometers of white sand lined with a plethora of bars, clubs, and Cafés, and offers enough aquatic activities to keep just about anyone...

One of the most well-known of Ibiza’s beaches, Playa d’en Bossa is comprised of two kilometers of white sand lined with a plethora of bars, clubs, and cafés, and offers enough aquatic activities to keep just about anyone occupied.

Closer to town, pubs and bars provide a casual place to take a break from the sun, while the opposite end of the beach features more exclusive beachside cafés and terraces.

And right in the middle of the two extremes is Bora Bora, a chaotic beach, bar, and restaurant that never takes a siesta and keeps the party scene going both day and night.

The unstoppable action isn’t confined to just the coastline pubs and clubs, however. The beach itself attracts a high-energy crowd that – when not sipping cocktails under umbrellas – seems to be in constant pursuit of something to do, whether it be kitesurfing, sailing, scuba diving, or rowdy games of beach volleyball.

Later in the evening, after sun worshippers have traded in their bathing suits for club clothes, the beach once again swarms with patrons looking to get the party started early at the local lounges before heading for an all-nighter at one of the nearby clubs.

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Tip from Lucas:

The beach in front of Bora Bora is a hive of activity pretty much any time of the day or night, which makes it the best place to go for a pre- or post-party.

  • Crowd

    Partiers of all types and ages.

  • Entertainment / Music

    Mostly ambient, house, and electronic music.

  • Food / Miscellaneous

    Affordable café food and many drink specials available. Activities include kite surfing, pedal boats, sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and beach volleyball.

  • Prices

    Prices vary by venue.

  • What to Wear / Dress Code

    Anything goes.

  • Hot Nights / When to Go

    Any time, day or night, though visitors should be wary of wandering too far from a club’s confines at night.

Playa d'en Bossa User Reviews

Average rating:
A lively atmosphere but can get very repetitive.
Amir A. May 1, 2013
Playa d'en Bossa is very well known, and the amount of tourists there certainly reflects that fact. If it is your first time visiting Ibiza then I would recommend staying in Playa D'en Bossa. Jet Apartments is a great, no-fuss place to stay and it sits directly on the beach next to Bora Bora. Bora Bora beach bar is a good alternative when you have spent all your money and have no where else to go but I wouldn't suggest planning a night around the place. The music from the famous beach bar is also a massive sleep killer as it turns off around 5am and starts back up around midday. Although if this is your first time, you should not be sleeping anyway! During your stay in Ibiza be sure not to miss the Zoo Project package, which includes the Zoo boat party and entrance to Zoo afterwards. This is arguably the best package on offer in Ibiza although it is rather pricey, coming in at a hefty 80 euros for a ticket.
One day on Playa d'en Bossa
Dalibor M. Feb 16, 2013
If you visit Playa d'en Bossa you definitely won't go to Bora Bora thats the worst place on the beach where play shitty music. Now Im gonna make your schedule ;) - Sirocco - Lounge Bar, Restaurant, Beach Club. Good place for day relaxation and also very good parties at night. - Nassau - Lounge Bar, Restaurant, Beach Club. - No Name Bar - Lounge Bar, Restaurant. The cheapest place on Playa d'en Bossa and the best music on the island, you must go there and stay couple days enjoy the music and positive vibe. After good day in one of this bars you should go in Ushuaia where the parties start after 18 until 00. This is the best place on the island. When the party in Ushuaia finish, the party for you must keep going. Space is front of Ushuaia you can go there or you can get taxi and go in DC10, Amnesia or Pacha. In 8 in the morning when the clubs finishing your direction is again Playa d'en Bossa where starts after parties ;) usual place for after is La Plage. After all of this parties, If you still staying on the legs, first you should do is go and swim and be careful to not drown, when you come out from the water you gonna see a lot beautiful girls waiting for you ;) If you are girl you gonna see beautiful men and the same if you are gay. Thats Playa d'en Bossa
Mixed (but mostly positive) bag
Risa C. Dec 12, 2012
Traveling post-college on a budget, my friends and I booked a hostel in the Playa d'en Bossa area for a very reasonable rate, but there were some pros and cons to the area. Pros: -everything is close to the beach -Borabora is right in the middle of the beaches which is a great place at literally any time of the day -there are lots of promoters coming around selling discount tickets for clubs at night -the local restaurants are affordable Cons -all the major clubs are in Ibizatown which is literally on the other side of the island -the beaches while better than anything in NY (which isn't saying much) are not as nice as we expected and we actually ended up taking the ferry to Formentera for the day where the beaches were everything we imagined plus some. If you don't mind trekking back and forth across the island to party (cabs were a bit expensive and took over half an hour) it's a good place to stay, and if you want to do the day trip to Formentera the ferry leaves right from the beach.
Beach parties
Eva L. Dec 5, 2012
The group I was with went to this beach almost everyday that we could wake up before 3 pm. There is always something going on here whether it be at the various beach clubs or just drinking on the sand. Everyone is down to have a good time. Also, many promoters walk around here to promote different clubs or parties going on later that day so you can figure out what to do later on. You can meet people from all around the world who have come together on the same island to find a place to party and unwind.
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