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Ibiza markets

Ibiza is well known for its hippy markets, street and food markets and ones selling second hand goods. Markets happen all year round with the majority taking place during the summer season.

Have you heard about Ibiza's famous Hippy Market? It's one of the island top attractions and a must-see for every holidaymaker. But that's not the only market you can visit, there are many happening all over the island, so wherever you stay you can enjoy a fabulous shopping experience.

Ibiza has strong artistic roots going back to the early '60s when artisans, painters and designers flocked to the island to experience its unique atmosphere, incredible light and freedom of expression. All this comes through in the markets held on the island where handmade items of clothing, jewellery and artefacts can be bought.

The biggest markets are the Punta Arabí Hippy Market on Wednesday in Es Caná and the Las Dalias Hippy Market on Saturday in San Carlos.

Below is a list of the regular markets that happen around the island, some open only in the summer season, others all year round. Each has its own unique atmosphere. Some major on local handicrafts, others bring you exotic jewellery, textiles and clothing from places such as South America, India and Indonesia. Just take a look and decide which one you'd like to visit.

Please note that dates and times may change during the year. We have provided websites where available, so please check before going.

Monday and Tuesday

Las Dalias night market

Immerse yourself in the hustle and bustle of this atmospheric market, the Las Dalias restaurant and event venue is still a meeting point for the modern-day hippy. Specialities include handmade clothing and jewellery. Often there is live music.

Where: In and around Las Dalias Café and restaurant shortly before the village of San Carlos in the North of the island

When: Monday and Tuesday from June to September, 19:00 to 1:00. In July and August also on Sundays.

Website: Las Dalias


Hippy Market Punta Arabí

The original one and the biggest! Countless stalls huddle beneath the shade of pine trees on lots of winding paths between white bungalows. This market is stuffed full of items from all over the world – many handmade. A definite shop till you drop experience!

There's also a kids area where they can make their own souvenir of the market; there are several bars and restaurants offer drinks and food and drummers and live music add to the lively atmosphere.

Where: In the resort of Es Caná on the grounds of the Club Cala Martina (previously Club Punta Arabí)

When: Every Wednesday - April, May and October 10:00 to 18:00 | June, July and September 10:00 to 19:00 | August 10:00 to 20:00

Facebook: Hippy Market Punta Arabí


Cala Llonga market

Small selection of stalls by local artisans selling fashion accessories and silver jewellery set with precious gems.

There is also live music and the little funfair of Cala Llonga is open as well.

Where: On the promenade of the small resort of Cala Llonga

When: Thursday from May to October, 18:00 till midnight

Facebook: Viva Cala Llonga (on this page you'll find events in Cala Llonga including who is playing music at the market)

San Rafael artisan market

A great weekly market with ceramics with traditional and contemporary designs as well as other artisan-made products. It's the only place on the island named an area of interest for handicrafts. There's even fruit from local orchards.

Where: In the village of San Rafael, located in the middle of the island

When: Thursday from June to September, 19:30 to 23:00


Mercadillo Sant Jordi - car boot market

Loved by the locals you can buy practically anything here - second hand books, clothing, jewellery, plants, furniture... or just enjoy wandering around and pondering on who will buy that size 12 left foot flipper! Very cosmopolitan atmosphere and there's a bar for drinks and snacks. Midday lots of bongo players meet on the spectator's steps for an incredible jamming session.

We have been there - read our review about the Mercadillo Sant Jordi.

Where: In Sant Jordi in the South of the island, in the Hipodromo, the horse trotting stadium, at the south end of the village

When: Every Saturday all year round / 08:00 till 15:00.

Website: Mercadillo Sant Jordi

Hippy Market Las Dalias

After the Hippy Market in Punta Arabí this is the second largest one, with a fantastic offer of fashion and jewellery, many handmade from local designers and artists, as well as lots of other handicrafts like leatherware and paintings. Enjoy mime acts, the Moroccan tea tent, live music and the exotic atmosphere of Las Dalias, still one of the most important meeting points for the bohemian hippies of the island.

There are several bars offering drinks and fresh juices and the restaurant Las Dalias serves tasty meals on the terrace overgrown with shady ivy. Go early to avoid the crowds.

Review with lots of photos: Las Dalias Market

Where: In and around Las Dalias Café and restaurant shortly before the village of San Carlos in the North of the island

When: Every Saturday all year round. From Abril till October 10:00 to 20:00, from November till March 10:00 till 18:00. In summer it is also held in the evening on Monday and Tuesday, in July and August also on Sunday (see Las Dalias Night Market).

Website: Las Dalias

Forada Market

You will find stalls featuring local products from local people. There is artwork and handicrafts of all types, with paintings, sculptures and ceramics. There's also artisan made hierbas, the local drink, perfumes and cosmetics and lots of other things. Even performances and poetry can be had, including traditional music from different countries.

Where: In the car park of the Can Tixedo Art Cafe near San Rafael (see Google maps)

When: Every Saturday all year round / 10:00 to 16:00

Facebook: Mercat de Forada

Ecological food and craft market San José

With this market the council of San José wants to promote the traditions of Ibiza. You'll find around 20 stalls. Some offer ecological products from the island, for example fruit and vegetables and home-made pastries, while others sell handicrafts of all types like paintings, sculptures and ceramics.

In the workshops, you can learn interesting activities that help our environment, for example how to bake bread, make compost and grow herbs.

Most restaurants of the village, furthermore, offer a special ecological menu for lunch.

Where: In the centre of the charming village San José, in front of the townhall

When: Every Saturday from mid June till end of October / 9:30 to 13:30


San Juan Market

This market has grown hugely in popularity over the last years. Showcasing locally made foods, drinks, eco-friendly toiletries and for the most part, good quality trinkets and clothing items - many are very hippy in style. There is also live music from 12 noon (as soon as Mass is finished at the church opposite). Attracting residents and island guests alike, it has an eclectic and buzzing vibe.

There are large parking areas at the northern end of the village, so if you enter the village on its southern entrance, drive once through it. You are guided to a free parking spot by parking assistants.

Review with photos: San Juan Market

Where: In the centre of the small village of San Juan in the North of the island

When: Every Sunday all year round / 10:00 to 16:00

Street markets

During the summer season from May till October there are also street markets selling accessories, jewellery, leatherware and many other things. Find them in;

  • Figueretas – every day along the promenade from early evening
  • Playa d'en Bossa - every day and evening in the small pedestrian area right in the centre of the resort, behind the Santos Ibiza Suites
  • San Antonio – along the front of the harbour from early evening
  • Ibiza Town – every evening in the narrow streets of the old port quarter La Marina from late afternoon till midnight
  • Santa Eulalia - every day except Sundays in the ‘Ramblas' opposite the fountains (leading down to the beach, 10:00 to 14:00)
  • Santa Getrudis - evening market with handcrafts and live music, once a month on Friday (see event)
  • Puerto de San Miguel - all day every Tuesday and Saturday in July and August, with music, acupuncture, massage and other services (see event)
    Benirrás beach - market with stands selling fashion, accessories, handicrafts, art work etc., each Friday, Saturday and Sunday and also on the day of the Flower Power Party in Pacha. From 12:00 till early evening, with some stands staying open until midnight (see event).
  • Formentera – see Things to do on Formentera

Medieval festival

Just walk across the drawer-bridge to step back in time with fire-eaters, pot makers, basket weavers, stilt-walkers and numerous other activities and stalls.

Where: In the old walled town of Dalt Vila in Ibiza Town

When: Each year on the 2nd weekend of May

Christmas Markets

Las Dalias Christmas Market

Throughout the month of December the Las Dalias Restaurant is transformed into a Christmas Market. Warm snacks, mulled wine and a thriving local community make this a great meeting spot.

Where: In and around Las Dalias Café and restaurant shortly before the village of San Carlos in the North of the island

When: Each year from mid December till 5th of January (25th of December and 1st of January closed). Weekdays open from 17:00 to 21:00, Saturdays from 10:00 to 21:00, Sundays from 15:00 to 21:00.

Website: Las Dalias

Christmas market in Ibiza Town

Up to 24 stalls set up shop selling hand-made and leather goods, jewellery, artisan products and lovely Christmas decorations on the Vara de Rey boulevard in the heart of the town.

Where: Vara de Rey

When: Every day between 11:00 and 22:00 from the start of December to early January

Las Dalias Easter Market

At Easter the Saturday daytime Las Dalias Hippy Market, which takes place on Saturday all year round, extends over the whole Easter weekend - perfect to browse the many stalls in the warm spring sun. This event is very popular with the locals and almost signals the arrival of the summer season when you will see many more market stands than in winter.

Where: In and around Las Dalias Café and restaurant located just before the village of San Carlos in the North of the island

When: Each year from Maundy Thursday till Easter Sunday, each day from 10:00 till 19:00

Website: Las Dalias


See also our events calendar for dates and times of all markets.

If you like markets, you'll surely like to browse trendy boutiques, so check out our fashion and shopping page.

The above information is correct to the best of our knowledge, but may be subject to change.

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