International melting pot

Playa d’en Bossa

South East, Ibiza, Spain

Clocking in at three kilometres long, Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s longest beach and also one of it’s most famous. The soft, pale sand is scattered with sun beds throughout summer and blissfully vacant in winter – offering residents the best of both worlds. An array of beach bars, boutiques and restaurants – growing bigger and better each year – keep the beach busy until well after dark, often with DJs spinning Balearic beats, while the promenade provides the perfect place for people watching.

Who goes there?

An international melting pot comprised of the European jet set, visiting fashionistas and cool cosmopolitan types frequenting the beach bars and restaurants, while the long sandy expanse also attracts families hailing from all corners of the globe.

When to go

The party vibe along Playa d’en Bossa really picks up in the late afternoons, while mornings are best left to sleep off the night before from the comfort of a sun bed.

White Ibiza loves

Long, lazy lunches followed by beach bar hopping up and down the soft, golden sand until you find the place that’s j-u-s-t right!

How to get there


On Ibiza’s south coast, just outside of Ibiza town.


There are multiple exits from roundabouts on the San Jose highway clearly signposted to Playa D’en Bossa. Alternatively, you can head to the end of Isidoro Macabich from Ibiza town and follow the road directly through Figueretes.


From Ibiza Town: 5-minute drive.
From San Antonio: 25-minute drive.