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The lively and well-developed resort of Playa d’en Bossa is located on the southern shores of Ibiza, one of Spain’s Balearic Islands. Just minutes from the airport and a short hop from the historic sights and chic boutiques of Ibiza Town, holidays in this sprawling resort are easy and convenient for families. Couples and groups also love the many temptations of Playa d’en Bossa, while clubbers rave about the resort’s nightclubs, which include super club Space.
A lengthy strip of pristine sand lines the shorefront of Playa d’en Bossa, where days are spent paddling in the shallows, catching the sun’s intense rays, and relaxing in the shade with a good book.
When it comes to fun-filled family holidays, Playa d’en Bossa hits the right note thanks to a water park, a beachside funfair, a bowling alley, and plenty of international restaurants where even the fussiest of little eaters can order their favourite food.
Playa d’en Bossa also has an excellent selection of local restaurants that serve delicious and authentic Spanish cuisine. Be sure to take a nightcap in one of the resort’s cool beach bars too, which pour candlelight and chilled-out tunes onto the sand after dark.
Many of the hotels in Playa d’en Bossa offer self-catering or bed-and-breakfast accommodation. If you are hoping to go all-inclusive, Playa d’en Bossa has a small selection of luxury hotels that provide round-the-clock catering for guests.
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The holiday season in Playa d’en Bossa gets underway in May, when average daytime temperatures begin to push past 20C. The peak of the summer season is in July and August, when holidaymakers enjoy temperatures in the high-20s and low-30s, plus warm evenings that are perfect for outdoor dining and drinking.
Daytime temperatures remain high until October, when the holiday season begins to wind down in Playa d’en Bossa.
There’s always something happening in Playa d’en Bossa, but for events and festivals you’ll have to travel 10 minutes along the road…
Figueretes Hippy Market; May-October: Travel into Ibiza Town by road (10 minutes) or walk (45 minutes) to the nightly market along the Figueretes promenade, which has been running for almost 20 years. It’s the ideal place to collect holiday souvenirs.
Eivissa Medieval Festival; May: Dalt Vila – the fortified old town of the island’s capital – is the setting for this family-friendly event. Held to celebrate the area’s fascinating history, there are craft markets and food stalls alongside belly dancing, magic, falconry, juggling, jousting and much, much more. It takes only 10 minutes to reach Dalt Vila by car, bus or taxi from Playa d’en Bossa.
Fiesta de la Tierra; August: This is a celebration of two saints that takes place in early August in Ibiza Town. With parades, markets, live music and family activities, it is a joyous occasion for visitors of all ages.
There is something to see and do for every kind of holidaymaker in Playa d’en Bossa. Here are a few ideas…
Babies and toddlers: Young families can explore the soft sands and gentle waters of the beach as well as enjoying the resort’s amusement parks, which have trampolines, bouncy castles and rides for children of all ages.
Kids and teens: Playa d’en Bossa is home to the popular Aguamar water park. With rides, slides and pools on your doorstep, family holidays are a breeze.
Grown-up families: Venture into nearby Ibiza Town, also known as Eivissa, and feel the laidback vibes of this beautiful destination. There are chic bars and cafes in Marina Botafoch, and attractive, ancient buildings in Dalt Vila. Take a seat for the nightly parade of dancers in costume who attempt to lure partygoers to the town’s super clubs.
Shopping: Forgotten your super-stylish party outfit? Fear not, you don’t even need to leave Playa d’en Bossa to pick up some uber-cool threads. Simply tour the beach bars and hotels and call in at their boutiques to buy the latest must-have beach/bar/club accessory.
Nightlife: After dark, the main action in Ibiza centres on the clubs between San Antonio and Ibiza Town. But Playa d’en Bossa is also home to a clutch of excellent party spots. Check out what’s on in super clubs such as Space and Bora Bora, find out what’s happening at luxury hotel/club venue Ushuaia, or follow the crowds to Sankeys or the Hard Rock Hotel.