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  1. Ibiza Hippy Markets

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    Ibiza’s famous hippy markets can make for an enjoyable and fun-filled day or evening out, with the chance to buy some unique souvenirs, enjoy a meal and see some live music. Here are the hippy markets taking place all around the island:


    This is the oldest and biggest hippy market on the island. This market not only offers good food, plenty of stalls for great shopping, entertainment with live music but it has also a dedicated kids area, where children can have their face painted or make their own souvenir or T-shirt using recycled craft materials.

    WHEN: Every Wednesday, from April until October from 10 am until 7 pm.

    MORE INFO: Facebook Hippy Market Punta Arabi 


    This market has flourished over the years to become a heaven for those seeking a true taste of Ibiza. Packed with colourful stalls selling everything from clothing, jewellery and art, the market offers also several bars and restaurants where you can rest between shopping. Las Dalias during the summer months hosts also concerts and night parties.

    WHEN: Every Saturday, all year round, between 10 am and 6.30 pm, from June to September also on Monday and Tuesday night (7pm–1am) and on Sundays in August.

    MORE INFO: Facebook Las Dalias


    This colourful market is held in the centre of the pretty village of San Juan, in the north of the island. Much smaller than the previously mentioned markets, San Juan has a completely different vibe – focusing on fresh & organic food, you will find many people selling their homemade jams and chutneys, along with a mouthwatering selection of fruit and vegetables, and even organic sugar-free chocolate! There are also stalls selling clothes and other accessories often handmade by island residents. A friendly, bohemian vibe is perfectly complemented by the live bands performing in the square.

    WHEN: Every Sunday, throughout the year, from 10 am.

  2. There are many Hippy Markets on the island now, some older than others.

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    There are many Hippy Markets on the island now, some older than others. When walking around soaking up the magical atmosphere, your senses are on overdrive from the array of colours filling the stalls where handmade goods are sold.


    The aromatic smells of homemade food and the sounds of bongos fill the air.