Grand Palladium White Island Resort and Spa

The Grand Palladium White Island Resort and Spa is packed with facilities. There are Mediterranean, Italian and Mexican restaurants, as well as a luxe spa. Plus, you can use your All Inclusive package and the facilities next door at the Grand Palladium Palace.

The pool is lake-sized and fringed by rows of loungers, umbrellas and palm trees. A poolside bar serves a range of drinks to keep you topped up.

Away from the pool, there are plenty of sports to keep you busy. Archery, rifle shooting, volleyball, tennis and football are all on offer.

Overview of Playa d’en Bossa

Playa d’en Bossa is the favourite resort of Brits looking for holidays to Ibiza – it’s easy to see why, too. The resort has the longest beach on the island and its only waterpark.

As well as world-class hotels like the Grand Palladium White Island Resort and Spa, Playa d’en Bossa is also home to an amazing selection of bars and some of the most famous nightclubs in the world. From first thing in the morning until long after the sun’s gone down, Playa d’en Bossa keeps guests entertained.

Things to do in Playa d’en Bossa

The Grand Palladium White Island Resort and Spa is right on the beach. It’s dotted by beach bars so you can even have a dance on the sand. Water sports include sunset kayak trips and paddle boards. At the end towards Ibiza Town, there’s a tiny island just off the beach you can visit.

You’re also just minutes from some of the island’s most famous nightlife spots. Most of the clubs have won awards and their doors are open almost 24/7, so you can party whenever you fancy!

Playa d’en Bossa is a cool place for a holiday to Ibiza. Get your dancing shoes on and be ready to have the time of your life!

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.