Garbi Ibiza and Spa Hotel

The Garbi Ibiza and Spa Hotel is sandwiched between Ibiza’s longest beach and most famous nightclub.

The hotel’s outdoor pool is massive, so you’ll always have plenty of space to float about. Alternatively, you can soak in the hot tub on the sun terrace or have a massage on the upper terrace. There’s also the Chill Out Lounge where you can have a drink while overlooking the sea.

After a big night out, you can pile your plate high at breakfast the next morning. In the evening, you can choose from a selection of Mediterranean favourites. After dinner, an in-house DJ spins the decks in the bar until closing time.

Overview of Playa d’en Bossa

Playa d’en Bossa is Ibiza’s most popular resort. The island’s got a reputation for nightlife and, when you stay in Playa d’en Bossa, you’ll see exactly why!

The resort has a great range of bars, restaurants and nightclubs lining the streets, including some of the most famous clubs in the world. But when you choose Playa d’en Bossa for your holiday to Ibiza, you can expect a lot more than just a good night out as the resort is home to the longest beach on the island and the island’s only waterpark.

Things to do in Playa d’en Bossa

At the Garbi Ibiza and Spa Hotel, you’re just a stone’s throw away from a two-kilometre-long stretch of sand. You can try parasailing, windsurfing and jet skiing. Or, if you’d prefer something calmer, you can hire a pedalo.

Once the sun goes down, you’ll be close to the nightlife as big-name clubs like Hard Rock and Ushuaia are just five minutes down the road. With a stay at the Garbi Ibiza and Spa Hotel, you’ll experience Playa d’en Bossa at its very best.

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.