The longest beach in Ibiza, starting at Ses Figueretes and stretching for 2 km, Playa den bossa offers a truly impressive mix of all the elements for a perfect holiday. Whether you are looking for lively nightlife and relaxing on the beach by day, or for a more family orientated holiday this resort has it all. It is this diversity that makes Playa Den Bossa one of the most popular beaches on the island. The first half of the beach from Ibiza town end offers a selection of bars playing house music perfect for beach parties and attracting the younger holidaymakers on the island for the nightlife .This theme continues along to the famous Bora Bora bar about half way along the beach. Bora Bora is renowned as a pre-club bar offering an increasingly impressive selection of well known DJ’s and playing all day house music for those who want to party in the sun.
When you’re all partied out, or if you simply prefer a relaxing beach holiday, head further down the beach where the atmosphere is a little more relaxed and you will find the bars and beach cafes without the house music. Here you can laze in the sun or enjoy some of the many activities and water sports on offer .These include pedalos, windsurfing, a diving school, parasailing and jet skiing.
The fine golden sands of Playa Den Bossa extend into the clear blue waters of the sea making it perfect for ball games and for safe bathing for the children. The more southerly beach area is perfect for families with many of the apartment complexes offering all day entertainment. The beach offers a safe environment for the children whilst allowing the adults to relax in many of the seafront cafes and bars some of which are actually on the beach, meaning they can play happily at a safe distance whilst the adults enjoy their time.
The diversity of this resort and the sheer length of the beach means that many different groups of holiday makers can enjoy their time side by side without a problem providing you pick your accommodation carefully with families avoiding the complexes more renowned for housing the younger visitors here to party at the height of the season (July/August)