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Having a ball at Playa d’en Bossa, Spain
For the longest beach and arguably the most fun on the Spanish island of Ibiza, Playa d’en Bossa is a prime choice. There’s something for everyone here. Families have a ball on the glorious beach, plus, there’s a huge range of family-friendly things to do. Party animals aren’t forgotten either, with some legendary clubs and a kaleidoscopic nightlife. All this is a couple of miles from the legendary Ibiza Old Town and from the island’s international airport. Budget apartments and hotels sit alongside those boasting five-stars. There’s something here to suit all budgets and holiday tastes.
From fine dining to takeaways in Playa d’en Bossa
If you’re on a budget or maybe self-catering, there is no shortage of major supermarkets in Playa d’en Bossa. There are local grocery stores too, so it’s easy to sample some of the regional and national Spanish delicacies. Dining out, though, is an enticing option, with something to suit the faddiest kid and the tightest budget. Dine five star-style on Ibiza’s freshly caught lobster, or claw back on expenses with the kids’ favourite takeaway. Restaurants, cafes and takeaways are within easy walking distance of many hotels, so there’s no need for taxi and transport costs. Bora Bora Beach is a particularly good restaurant area and Ctra. De Platja d’en Bossa is one of the resort’s busy streets with more great choices. If you are on an all inclusive deal at one of the hotels in Playa d'en Bossa, it’s still worth wandering through the resort and down the back streets occasionally. Here, you’ll sample cuisine that’s rarely on the menus of Playa d'en Bossa hotels.
Waves of family fun
Everyone loves the ultra-long beach of Playa d’en Bossa and it’s perfect for families to play in the fine sand and paddle and bathe in the Mediterranean. Depending on the choice of accommodation, there may also be, at many hotels; children’s clubs and activities, plus evening cabaret attractions. There’s more to Playa d’en Bossa than the glorious sandy beach! One favourite is Aguamar Water Park. Open during the spring, summer and early autumn months, there’s fun for all the family. Play areas, swimming and paddling pools, water rides and slides, all make for a fun day out. Practical facilities include parking, showers, toilets, restaurants and changing rooms. Aguamar is next to Space Nightclub and itself, has lots of green space for picnics and relaxation. Back to the beach tomorrow and older kids and parents will love the water sports that Playa d’en Bossa has to offer. Refreshments are on hand at the many beachfront area cafes and takeaways.
Letting your hair down in Playa d’en Bossa
Many Playa den Bossa hotels specialise in accommodating the hoards of party animals that descend on the resort with the sole intention of partying through the night. Space nightclub is always popular; Sankeys is smaller and known for its underground parties. Everyone needs to let their hair down occasionally, even those who no longer have any! Here, in Playa d’en Bossa and on the beach, you can party away through the night. More dedicated funsters will want to visit San Antonio where things get even more intensive. You can get there by bus, but this can be a bit of a pain. If you’re in a group, the best bet is to invest in a taxi. They aren’t expensive and you get there quicker. With the day after in mind, it’s well worth noting that, back in Playa d’en Bossa, the Hard Rock Hotel’s spa offers relaxing Jacuzzi, sauna and hydro massage services!
Eivissa is effervescent
Ibiza is the third largest of Spain’s Balearic Islands and it’s fair to say that everything for the tourist revolves around the famed Ibiza Old Town. Indeed, locals feel the same way because you have to come into the town area for public transport to most other points on the island. The port itself is a UNESCO World Heritage Site. From hotels in Playa den Bossa it’s a short bus journey to Ibiza Town, and to a memorable experience. The Old Town is a quirky mix of ancient and modern. It is also a place where opposite extremes gel in complete harmony. Art galleries, museums and quaint shops down even quainter streets, attract all types of visitor. Later, this atmosphere gives way happily to a nightlife which is second to none and must be experienced. If you see a bus displaying a sign for Eivissa, the old word for Ibiza, get on it immediately, knowing that you’ll finish up in Ibiza Town!