In the sixties and seventies of the last century, hippies arrived in Ibiza from the United States and Europe and one of the heritage they left us on the island are the craft markets. We recommend our favorites for you to do the market route on your visit to Ibiza

Las Dalias
The famous Las Dalias market is a jump to the hippy era of the island. This place seems to have been trapped in time and offers us a very peculiar atmosphere. On their website you can check their updated schedules as there are day and night sessions and special events.
If you would like to visit the market with a guided tour and transfer, you can book it here.

Sant Joan Market
On Sundays you have an appointment in the charming town of Sant Joan de Labritja. Artisans meet every Sunday and set up their stalls in the streets of the town with live music and a very bohemian and lively atmosphere.

Sant Antoni Market
During the summer months we can find every afternoon on the Paseo de las Fuentes de Sant Antoni (just in front of The Red Hotel), the artisan market. A handful of stalls selling beads, art, clothes, Ibizan products and other handicrafts.

Sant Jordi Market
Every Saturday throughout the year we can go to the Sant Jordi racecourse and stroll around while we see the multitude of stalls where the locals sell second-hand goods. It is a very curious place to visit as we can find anything from an antique piece of furniture, to a stall selling leather clothes, jewellery, paintings, old photographs…

Punta Arabí Hippy Market
The Punta Arabí Hippy Market or Es Canar Market has been open since 1973, making it the oldest market on the island. You can visit it every Wednesday from April to October and lose yourself in its streets protected by large trees to take shelter from the heat while you watch the artisans at work, see shows, music and a multitude of attractions.