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5 Different Ibiza Beach Vibes

Ever heard it said, that Ibiza is a ‘many-sided’ island? Never is this sentiment truer than when you compare your different beach experiences – each playa has it’s own personality, here a few examples…

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Playa D’en Bossa
Where: South – Central/ City Beach close to Ibiza Town
Peak time: All day long throughout the season
What to expect: Playa D’en Bossa is a party beach, this is the place to go if you fancy a little daytime rave at the infamous Bora Bora beach or to meet other young holidaymakers. Positioned right next to some of the biggest clubs on the island, it’s a great place to start if you’ve come to Ibiza with minimal research – as you can expect club reps to approach you and sell you tickets and entry.

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Las Salinas
Where: Salinas – South West
Peak Time: 3pm-8pm daily outside Jockey Club
What to expect: A little daytime party vibe – it’s not too hard like Playa D’en Bossa, but it can get lively later on.

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Benirras
Where: Benirras (San Lorenzo) – North West
Peak Time: Sundays at sunset
What to expect: Benirras beach is beautiful every day of the week, but it’s famous for it’s Sunday Bongo session, that goes on until the sun goes down.

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Cala Comte
Where: West (Close to San Jose) about 10 minutes drive away from San Antonio
Peak Time: Daily at sunset
What to expect: One of the best spots on the island to watch Ibiza’s famous sunset, expect a young fun yet relaxed bohemian vibe – at it’s busiest in the afternoon just before dusk.

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Playa Niu Blau
Where: North East
Peak Time: High season is busier, but it’s a generally chilled beach without a busy time.
What to expect: A hidden gem, just a stones throw from Santa Eulalia, a great beach for families or to visit with a hangover when you don’t want to run into anybody.

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