Fergus Style Bahamas

Just for adults and right in the heart of the action, the contemporary, white-washed Fergus Style Bahamas is a top choice if you’re here to party. It’s on the golden beach, the local bars, clubs and restaurants are a 10-minute walk away, and it has a big, inviting pool with a bar, along with a buffet restaurant and spa. By night, there’s lots of live entertainment and games going on. If you want to venture beyond the local action, Ibiza Port and Old Town are only a few minutes away by bus – and lucky enough, it stops right outside the resort.

Overview of Playa d’en Bossa

One of the most popular spots for people who enjoy holidays to Ibiza, it really is all happening in Playa d’en Bossa. For starters, it’s host to the longest beach on the island. It comes complete with a host of top beach bars and restaurants, has the only water park around, and of course, it’s where you’ll find all those world-famous clubs. There’s no shortage of watersport options, so many cosy spots to bliss out and lounge on the beach, and if you’re staying at the Fergus Style Bahamas, you’re super-close to the clubs and the 24-7 action down on the glorious sandy beach.

Things to do in Playa d’en Bossa

This area is home to some of the biggest and best clubs in the world, where many of the top DJs play all summer long. You’ll find these clubs in the town, on the beach, and at some of the hotel pool areas too. If you prefer things more low-key, the promenade has a number of boutique shops to explore, and there are plenty of fine restaurants and more chilled-out bars along there too. Then there’s the Aguamar water park in the centre of town, which is packed with adrenalin-fuelled chutes and calmer rides for the kids. The beaches, the parties, the long, lazy summer days. This hedonistic paradise is full of energy and spirit, with new experiences to be found at every turn, at any time. And at the beautiful Fergus Style Bahamas, you’ll be right in the middle of it. Let the fun begin.

Resort Summary

The 2.5 kilometres of sand at Playa d’en Bossa is dotted with cool beach bars where you can dance on the sand. Or you might want to just take a long walk, have a quiet beer in one of the cafes or find some chill out space on this wide strip. Both provide must have experiences that make Ibiza holidays amazing.

The shallow, clear waters with a sandy sea bed make playing on the shores safe for families and wading out in the warm waters an option for less confident swimmers. Watersports available range from sunset kayak trips to stand-up paddle-boarding. There’s a tiny island just off the beach at the Ibiza Town end that is a perfect distance to propel yourself out to.

There are other beaches close by, such as palm-tree-lined Figueretas on the northern edge of Ibiza Town, which can be reached by a long promenade, and the island’s official nudist beach at Es Cavallet to the south.