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
Playa d'en Bossa
Playa d'en Bossa, Ibiza –
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.
Partiers of all types and ages.
Mostly ambient, house, and electronic music.
Affordable café food and many drink specials available. Activities include kite surfing, pedal boats, sailing, scuba diving, windsurfing, and beach volleyball.
Prices vary by venue.
Any time, day or night, though visitors should be wary of wandering too far from a club’s confines at night.