Playa d'en Bosa


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Playa d’en Bossa – the most festive beach on the entire island

Formed by fine and clear sands and calm waters, Playa d’en Bossa is one of the largest beaches in Ibiza and offers a wide variety of services with almost 3,000 meters in length, Playa d’en Bossa is one of the best known places in Ibiza thanks to the lively atmosphere around the well-known club Ushuaïa Ibiza & Hï Ibiza, where the days and nights follow each other in the form of a continuous party.

In addition to its important fame as a place to party, the beach also has other areas with a more family and quiet.

Playa d'en Bossa Beach


  • Length: 2700m
  • Width: 40m

Restaurants and bars

On this beach you will find bars, beach clubs and restaurants throughout the beach area. It is undoubtedly one of the liveliest places on the island, where you will see a party and fun atmosphere at the beach bars.

You will also find to the south of the beach several more demanding and higher-class beach clubs to live a unique experience.

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Natasha KeersNatasha Keers
09:12 25 Apr 23
Sand was lovely, sea was lovely... however, the beach could have done with a good rake, loads of palm tree debris and "monkey balls" as I referred to them. Love Bossa though 😍
Constantin GoreaConstantin Gorea
23:58 21 Apr 23
The beach is ok, quite big and spacious (in April 🙃).The sand is yellow mixed with brown. In April it is not crowded, and at the same time it is not really clean. Although an aggregate passes through in the morning, it does not collect the plant debris that was brought by the water during autumn-winter period.The water is blue, clear and clean. I don't know what the water temperature would be, but at midday, although a little cold, you can bathe.There are not many waste bins on the beach or they are rarely placed.There are no ice cream or drink stalls either, unless you go to the restaurants of the seaside hotels.
Chloe EChloe E
15:27 16 Sep 22
This beach isn’t very nice at all and is lined with very expensive beach clubs offering sunbeds for rent for 90-120 euros for the day on a beach that’s not even nice. Why anyone would pay that, I don’t know. The sand isn’t nice and the water isn’t very clear. We didn’t bother staying, just went back to the pool.
Metin EsginMetin Esgin
12:11 14 Jul 22
Nothing special.. no facilities for individiual bathers, far and inconvenient. Sea.. depends on the day
Danut Clejanu IonescuDanut Clejanu Ionescu
21:58 28 Jul 21
We spent the summer bare-shoulder, skin kissed pink by the midday sun, frecklesblooming across our backs like constellations. Our chests blossomed in air thick with humidity as we wrestled each other to the ground in a tangled mess of limbs still slightly tinged with the awkwardness of growing up. Seagulls littered the sky like bits of old newspaper as we crashed through the waves gulping against the shores of Mediterranean Sea. Sometimes, we would stand still and let the water creep up around our ankles and recede from our toes, watching the sand squelch between them. The world was filled with vague possibilities, an echo of adventure we felt deep in the marrow of our bones.Via Luke Madden


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