Playa d'en Bossa besides being the widest island of Ibiza (about 2,5 kilometers long and some 30 wide), it is also one of the most animated It has a great offer of hotels and apartments, restaurants and beach clubs at the foot of the beach. If you decide to visit it, get ready to see from good morning the parades of the most important discotheques of the island with its colorful costumes and comparsas. They are dedicated to encouraging staff and to distribute discounts for your parties of the day. But not everything is a party. Depending on where you arrange your towel, you may find some peace of mind and even families of residents enjoying the day (rather at the end of the beach). Especially in this area, you will find schools of water sports and pedal boats.
The state of the sea in Playa d'en Bossa depends a lot on the weather and the season. The water in the areas where the greatest amount of tourism is concentrated is usually not as clear as in the rest. Without a doubt, early summer and winter is when it is cleanest. The slope is not too steep and in the fine sand predominates, although sometimes you can find some rock
Regarding the issue of accessibility for people with functional diversity, Playa d'en Bossa It is one of the sandy areas that better has adapted to these needs. Has amphibious chairs, qualified personnel for their use, showers and changing tables, as well as walkways for wheelchairs.
Playa d'en Bossa is a place of contrasts. In it they are both affordable premises for your pocket and some almost prohibitive. It is in this area where the famous accommodation Hard Rock Hotel Ibiza, Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel o restaurants of the size of Sir Rocco, Beachouse Ibiza, Nassau Beach Club Ibiza o Tanit Beach Ibiza.
During the night, this area of San José offers a wide range of leisure activities composed of discos, pubs, restaurants or cocktail bars. A few of the best DJS in the world are put behind the plates to puncture the most powerful successes of house, techno or dance. Ushuaïa Ibiza Beach Hotel o Hi Ibiza (what was the famous Space), are just some of the alternatives among which you can choose, in addition to the most famous Bora Bora Ibiza. And, if you want to have a drink, Murphy's It is a classic.
There are different accesses at different heights of the beach with their respective car parks. If you come from Ibiza you can use the regular line of bus, being one of the most reliable in terms of schedules and, unfortunately, also one of the most oppressive. You're warned! You also have the option to Arrive by ferry from the port of Ibiza or Figueretas.
In winter, this area becomes a ghost town due to the fact that most of its businesses close down. It thus becomes a perfect place to walk, read, sunbathe and enjoy absolute tranquility very close to Ibiza town. And it is that Playa d'en Bossa also deserves a vacation after a hectic and bustling summer.