18 JunLocal Time: 06:43 CEST UK Time: 05:43 BST
- Sunrise 06:28
- Sunset 21:22
- Moonrise 14:47
- Moonset 01:53
|Temp feels like:||21°c (69.8°f)|
|Length of Day:||9h 29m|
|Dew Point:||21 °c (70°f)|
|Pressure:||29.8 " (1009 hpa)|
Average for June: 22°c (71.6°f)
Weather Overview for playa d'en bossaPlaya d’en Bossa, Spain is a beach situated about 3.1 kilometres south of Ibiza Town. With its good stretch of sandy beach measuring 2.7 km, and with a varying width of about 20-30 metres, Playa d’en Bossa is basically the longest stretch of beach on the island of Ibiza. The beach resort is littered with hotels, bars, and cafés catering for an eclectic mix of different tastes and budgets.
Playa d’en Bossa is a major tourist spot on the island, and a favourite holiday destination for European travellers. It is located in the municipality of Sant Joseph de sa Talaia on the south eastern part of the island, and the island’s main airport is only about 3.4 km southwest of Playa d’en Bossa. Likewise, it is easily accessible by sea through Ibiza Town’s harbour facilities in the north.
Playa d’en Bossa, Ibiza
is one the most popular tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.
Ibiza is the third largest island of the Spanish archipelago called the Balearic Islands. All the islands of the Balearic
archipelago are partially submerged peaks that form parts of a mountain range
extending to the south of the Iberian Peninsula.
The island’s capital and largest city is Ibiza Town,
or officially, Vila de Eivissa.
The island is rich in history, dating back to the time of the Phoenicians and the Romans, making it a rich cultural holiday getaway. The Greeks, who came during the time of the Phoenicians, were first to name the island and the adjoining Formentera, Pityûssae, because of the rich blanket of pines that covers island.
Playa d’en Bossa, together with the whole of Ibiza Island, is generally classified as a Mediterranean temperate climate, which means it has moderately warm summers and mild winters. The Mediterranean Sea, which surrounds the island, greatly influences the island’s weather and climate. The maximum average temperature of the last decade of about 30C, during high summer, is relatively low due to the cooling effects of the Mediterranean Sea.
The island of Ibiza
enjoys a relatively sunny temperate Mediterranean climate, which makes it an
ideal destination all year round. In Playa d’en Bossa, a moderate wind from the
sea blows at an average of around 12 kph, with gustiness reaching an average of
53 kph, basically cooling down the inland temperature. In recent years, there
has been a marked increase of gusty winds on certain areas of the island that may
be due to the increase in temperature in the island. In fact, a maximum
sustained speed of wind gusts at about 57kmph has been recorded in Ibiza in the recent years.
average temperature of about 30°C (86°F) during high summer is relatively
low as a result of the cooling effects of the surrounding seas. The mean temperature
during the summer months averages from 22C to 28C in Playa d’en Bossa and its
surrounding areas. The island has daily relative humidity averaging around 72
per cent, which is generally offset by the low summer temperature.
During this season, Playa d’en Bossa enjoys an extremely long period of sunlight, averaging around 13 hours of daylight, which is generally good news for those who enjoy basking in the sun. The precipitation during the start of summer is moderate at 23 mm, which the falls to around 8 mm at the end of the season, coming to about 3 to 4 days of drizzle per month. Summer offers the longest period of cloudless days with just around eleven days of expected rain.
The start of the autumn months is
marked by a steady decrease in temperature and a dramatic increase in
precipitation. During this season, the average mean temperature on the island’s
coast drops down to about 18C, and precipitation on the island is gradually increasing
day by day until the month of October. This increase in precipitation averages
9 to 10 days of rain during each month of fall, with the highest average
precipitation occurring during the month of October at 69 mm.
The average daily relative humidity during this season is at 74 per cent, with a high of 76 per cent during mid-autumn. Wind gusts also perk up during this season, with wind speeds reaching around 69 kph that sweep through Playa d’en Bossa and its environs. Autumn also marks a dramatic drop in the sunshine hours due to shorter days and cloudy skies. From September onward to December, Playa d’en Bossa endures longer nights.
During this season, the climate is ordinarily mild and dry with very occasional showers throughout the island. Mildness of temperature during winter months can vary from 8C to about 16C, with an average mean temperature of around 11C. In recent years, there have recorded drops in temperature averaging a little higher than the freezing point. This low temperature is uncommon to the island.
Playa d’en Bossa and its surrounding areas have a relative humidity 75 per cent on average, and the precipitation averages bring occasional drizzle and showers, around 7 to 11 days during the season. Furthermore, fog frequently occurs during the month of February. Playa d’en Bossa and its environs naturally experience shorter days during the winter as it lies near the Tropic of the Capricorn. It has a daily average of 7 to 8 hours of daylight during this period of time. Wind also decreases in strength as winter progress.
During the early part of March, the
daytime temperature on Playa d’en Bossa gradually increases to around 18C, culminating
in temperatures around 23C by May. With an average of 74 per cent relative
humidity, a cool soothing climate is experienced around Playa d’en Boss, which
is greatly enjoyed by the tourists.
Monthly precipitation throughout springtime averages about 25 mm, and can bring about occasional drizzle or light showers. Winds from the Mediterranean average about 13 kph, with some gusts reaching 65 kph, bringing cooler air to the stretch of Playa d’en Bossa.