Hippy markets open in Ibiza in winter

Las Dalias: every Saturday from 10 am to 8pm.

The Hippy Market of Las Dalias is one of the largest and most authentic markets that can be found on the island. Since 1985, it does not leave locals and visitors any Saturday of the year from 10:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m.

Located in San Carlos (north of the island), this market gathers hundreds of artisans who show and sell their creations in fashion, accessories, shoes, handbags, decoration items, books, handicrafts, music or bikinis, which can gather 200 stands during summer season (and about half in winter).

In addition to all the craftmanship, Las Dalias has a restaurant of fusion cuisine and several food stalls with sweets, juices and cocktails to enjoy a fantastic day.

Sant Jordi market: every Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m..

This is another well-known market in Ibiza where you can find second-hand items and vintage clothes. It takes place at the Sant Jordi racetrack every Saturday from 08 am to 3pm since 1995, gathering people from Ibiza and from all over the world who want to sell the objects they no longer use along with those who seek the best opportunities.

You can find furniture, books, decoration items, clothes, shoes and everything you can imagine. If you get hungry, in the cafeteria at the entrance you will find some good sandwiches that are as famous as the market.

Sant Joan de Labritja market: Sunday from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Sant Joan de Labritja is a small municipality in the north of the island that keeps all the charm of the typical Ibizan villages of whitewashed houses around a rural church. Every Sunday from 10:30 a.m., the main square and the adjoining main streets, dress up and fill with stalls where all type of artisans sell their products.

In this market with hippy aesthetic and consciousness, e you can find a wide variety of organic and locally produced foods such as preserves, jams, cakes, wine, oil, fruit and seasonal vegetables. In addition to food, you can find decorative objects, clothes, shoes, accessories or beauty products. The cozy atmosphere of this flea market is bucked up at 12 p.m. with a live music group.

Market of Forada (Buscastell, Sant Antoni de Portmany): Saturdays, from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

Forada is a small town in the interior of the island, located in a crossing, where there are only few houses, a chapel, a bar (Can Tixedó) and a school, which livens up on Saturdays with its Mercat de Forada, an interactive market of local products.

Local producers go to this place from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. to sell fresh fruits and vegetables directly picked from the field, as well as oil, honey, nuts, preserves, or sweets. In addition to food, you would find different handicrafts, clothing and books.

Christmas Market Atzaró agrotourism: Agroturismo Atzaró (Ctra. Sant Joan KM 15, Ibiza)is an idyllic place in the north centre of Ibiza. A unique environment surrounded by orange trees and full of orange blossom, rosemary and lavender aromas, which offers accommodation, a Spa and different dining options.

In addition to all these services, which are offered throughout the year, they carry out different activities on weekends, such as the Xmas Market, which will be held on Sundays 16th and 23rd of December which would be perfect for Christmas shopping and gifts. On the 23rd, there will also have live music and a Santa Claus for the children. Its restaurant offers a special Sunday menu, for those who are hungry and want to savour their delicious dishes.

 

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