Ibiza's street markets, also known as craft markets or hippie markets, are also some of the island's most important tourist attractions. In practically every town and village there's a market, where you can browse the stalls, stroll around, watch performances by artists or musicians and soak up the unique atmosphere.
Las Dalias Market (San Carlos)
The ever-popular Las Dalias Hippie Market takes place every Saturday between 1 May and 31 October. An exotic atmosphere oozes throughout the vast array of stalls selling everything from clothes, jewellery and accessories to ornaments, musical instruments, ethnic music CDs and antiques.
The Punta Arabí Hippie Market in Es Canar has been an enchanting attraction ever since 1973. From April to October, the area around Club Punta Arabí turns into a meeting point for different cultures of the world.
Every Wednesday, more than five hundred artisans and artists gather to showcase their exclusive creations of all kinds of products from different parts of the world.
In the afternoon
The year-round Sant Jordi market takes place on the road to the airport and is always a popular attraction, especially with Ibizan clientele in the winter.
From 10.00 am to 5.00 pm
This is the closest market to Cala Llenya Resort Ibiza and is very popular with local residents. We recommend a good mooch around all the stalls at this flea market.