Ibiza is much more than just a tourist destination for sun and the beach, it’s a place to visit in both summer and winter because it’s full of things to do. Nature, history, gastronomy and its hippy markets are just some of the attractions the island has to offer. The markets are undoubtedly one of the most popular attractions among residents and tourists alike. At the hippy markets you’ll find exclusive and bespoke items. Below you’ll find some information about Ibiza’s most famous hippy markets that are also open in the winter.
– Sant Jordi Market – from 8 am to 3 pm
Every Saturday of the year since 1995, the old race horse of Sant Jordi has been home to one of the most popular markets on the island. It has all kinds of clothing, home accessories and furniture. And even if you don’t find what you’re looking for, you’ll just love the pleasant atmosphere.
– Forada market – 10 am to 4 pm
Another good option is to take a trip to the Forada market. It sells local produce, handmade and eco-friendly items such as health food, natural cosmetics and all types of artisan items. In addition to the items on sale, the setting also reflects the spontaneity. In fact, the market is right beside the street and music is often played to add some atmosphere.
It is open every Saturday from 10 am to 4 pm.
– Las Dalias – from 10 am
Las Dalias emerged on Valentine’s Day in 1985 and the whole market is inspired by that day. It’s full of colours, fantasy, dreams, music and peace all at the same time. The market is open every Saturday of the year from 10 am.
During winter, we recommend wandering around Sant Carles, Ibiza and Las Dalias to enjoy the natural surroundings and the company of the artisans and artists there. Why not? In fact, around Christmas the market becomes the perfect place for families and friends to meet.
– Sant Joan de Labritja – from 10:30 am to 4 pm
The market takes place in Sant Joan de Labritya town centre and is quite new, but has its own special charm. You´ll definitely be surprised by the amount of art around you: a multitude of small hippy-style pieces of art and the chance to chat to their creators there and then. Plus, that´s not all: you’ll also come across photos of the island and handcrafts of all sorts.
– Cala Llentya- from 10 am to 2:30 pm approx.
This market is located in Santa Eulalia des Riu and is characterised the originality of the products it offers. We’re not talking about simple souvenirs, clothing or homeware, but products 100% made in Ibiza, which makes them unique.
We hope you enjoy the attractions that make Ibiza unique!
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Don´t miss out on visiting these markets and take a souvenir of Ibiza home with you. Why not?!