Take note: these are the TOP 3 flea markets you will love in Ibiza

And be careful… exploring the flea markets can get addictive
Handcrafted clothes of those you can’t get two because they are unique, paintings and postcards that reflect the magic of this stunning island, artisan jewelry, typical sweets and food of the region, and all kinds of souvenirs to bring with you beautiful memories of Ibiza…

Here we tell you where to find them:

 

Las Dalias Ibiza Hippy Market

Many things have been said about it, and none of them are enough to express how cool is this market. Maybe because it is part of the history of the island, and the artisans that work there are the same that started with the business back in 1954. There are 200 stands, a restaurant, bars and all you might need to spend the day. If you have the Instagram fever, be careful! Every corner deserves a picture and your mobile could not handle such a strong stimulation…

Opening hours: every Saturday from 10 am to 8 pm.

Night market opens every Monday and Tuesday from 7 pm to 1 am.

Address: Ctra. Eivissa- Sant Carles Km 12, 07850, Sant Carles

 

Sant Joan Hippy Market

Every Sunday of the year (yes, residents, this is great news for you too) the town of Sant Joan de Labritja changes its look completely to welcome happy locals and tourists from all over the world who feel like having a good time and buying some quality handicrafts at the other side of the island. This town in the north has a special charm and almost every street is specially decorated to the occasion. Besides the artisans stands it offers live music shows since 12:30 pm, street food and a typical restaurant, and of course, it is perfect to walk around and see the church and the landscape views of this gorgeous town.

Opening hours: Sundays since 10:30 am

Address: Plaça Espanya, 1-7, 07810 Sant Joan de Labritja

 

Hippie Market Punta Arabí in Es Canar

This huge flea market is full of handicrafts from all over the world. It is the oldest (together with Las Dalias) and largest of Ibiza, and the 500 craftsmen who work there are the same that lived the hippie movement on the island. Original souvenirs, natural cosmetic, bracelets, earrings, necklaces and other silver and handcrafted jewelry… You’ll also find food stands, paella at the restaurant, live music and joyful people open to chat and share their experiences and stories from Ibiza.

Opening hours: every Wednesday from 10 am to 7 pm

Address: Avinguda Punta Arabí, s/n, 07840 Santa Eulalia del Río

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