19 Jun Playa den Bossa: Day or Night, Something for Everyone
There are many advantages to staying at one of our Playa den Bossa hotels – such as Sirenis Hotel Tres Carabelas & Spa or Sirenis Hotel Goleta & Spa. This part of the island offers a wide variety of leisure and recreational activities with a festive, non-stop atmosphere. Moreover, it is conveniently located just a stone’s throw from Ibiza Town. With so many diversions it is impossible to get bored.
Our aim at Sirenis Hotels & Resorts is for you to enjoy your stay to the max and to squeeze every drop of enjoyment you can from both the daytime and nighttime activities that this privileged part of the island presents. Now, then, when are you coming?
Beach…Fun time or Downtime?
Playa den Bossa is a white sand beach about 3 kilometers long, which makes it the longest on the island. This ample stretch of sand tenders a wide range of water activities, from exploring the seafloor with the assistance of a dive center to skimming the waves via paddle surfing, kayaking, windsurfing, kite-surfing, paddle-boating or, for a real laugh, try the banana boat.
But, if what you’re looking for is a quiet beach, without many people, where the only sound you’ll hear is the surf lapping the shore, then there’s a place for you. At the end of the beach stands Torre de Sa Sal Rossa, one of the old watchtowers that dot the Ibicenco coastline. Here lies a small cove with a few fishing huts and smooth rock surfaces you can lie on – ideal for reading, relaxing and swimming in the sea. This peaceful haven is only 5 minutes away from the bustle of the beach.
And in the Way of Food…Exclusivity or Tradition?
On this beach there is no shortage of sunbeds or Balinese beds to spend your day lounging in shaded comfort, thanks to the range of beach clubs that offer all types of services and conveniences. Having lunch at one of these exclusive beach clubs, as the DJ plays relaxing background music, is the ultimate in cool, a real luxury. But there are also more traditional options: restaurants specializing in grilled meats, paellas and local fish, where the prices are not too high and you will get a first-rate meal. One of the island’s most venerated dishes is Bullit de Peix. If you love fresh fish and paella, this would be a good choice.
Markets and Shopping without Leaving Playa den Bossa
Playa den Bossa has an extensive shopping area where you can buy all those souvenirs you need to bring back for friends and family – or that fantastic straw hat you need for the beach. You’ll find shops of all kinds here, but if you’re one of those people who prefer handmade wares to commercial merchandise, you’ll love the Playa den Bossa flea market. It’s held along the pedestrian walkway right in the center (very easy to spot) and is open every day in summer, both morning and evening. Why not browse the stalls while you enjoy a cool ice-cream?
Sundown Is Approaching. What’s the Best Angle?
EIn Playa den Bossa, the sunset can be seen perfectly from the beach. It is a special moment when fiery hues fill the sky. Then, as the natural light of day slips below the horizon, the bright lights of the night begin to sparkle. The tempo of the music picks up and, suddenly, you’re in the middle of a party and there’s no turning back. The footloose fiesta takes over. On the other hand, if you want to avoid all that and enjoy a low-key sunset, we recommend you watch it from Salinas beach, only a 10-minute car ride from our hotels. You’ll love it and, depending on the time of year, you may even spy some flamingos in the salt pans. It’s the perfect backdrop to bid the day farewell.
Nighttime: Only Parties? No! There’s More
You already know that Ibiza is branded globally as a place for clubbing music. Its nightclubs are the best in the world and every summer the most famous DJs come to play and make the nights legendary. Playa den Bossa is home to some the island’s most important clubs, so the party is on. But, if you want to enjoy a quiet evening, Playa den Bossa’s proximity to Ibiza Town is very convenient. Getting to know Dalt Vila, the walled citadel, comes highly recommended. As the evening temperatures cool down, the beauty of the medieval castle is breathtaking. Later, you can enjoy a romantic dinner in the plaza of Dalt Vila, followed by a stroll along its bastions. Afterwards, why not walk down to the harbor and wander around the Marina’s winding streets? It’s a great place to have a cocktail and get to know another facet of Ibiza..