PLAYA DEN BOSSA, IBIZA
Booking a rental car for your journeys is the most advisable option for your holidays in Ibiza, because it will allow you to move around hassle free and completely at your own leisure, being able to take better advantage of your time to get to know in depth the varied options that the island has to offer you.
From tranquil spots of spectacular beauty to areas bustling with entertainment and partying at any time of day or night like Playa d’en Bossa, getting around in a rented vehicle guarantees you get the most out of your stay and have freedom of movement. At Cars Rental Ibiza you will always find incredible offers and you will be able to book the vehicle that best suits your needs at the best price.
If you are looking for fun, Playa d’en Bossa is a must during your visit to Ibiza. Almost 2 km long, it is one of the most extensive sandy beaches of the whole island, a beach that is situated just next to Ibiza town and has countless beach bars, pubs, restaurants and bar terraces where you can dance, meet people and enjoy music just about any time of day or night.
Some of the most famous party venues on the island are located in this tourist area, such as Ushuaïa, Hï (where the former Space nightclub was), Bora Bora, Hard Rock Hotel, Nassau… Many of them are right on the beach, so they offer you the opportunity to dance while looking out to the sea. Others have a swimming pool and ample facilities where they organize refreshing and colourful “pool parties”.
A good option to explore all the attractions offered by this lively and fun area may also be to rent a motorcycle to get around more swiftly and discover everything that Playa d’en Bossa has to offer. If you prefer a more relaxed plan, you can even reach the Torre des Carregador at the end of the beach, one of the island’s famous defence towers that offers a beautiful view with the sea as a backdrop. Or you can also with your rental bike explore the basins dotted between Playa d’en Bossa and the area of Salinas where you can see flamingos and other birds of passage during their annual migrations.