Markets in Ibiza - Handcrafted & Hippy

Markets in Ibiza

Handcraft & Hippy Markets in Ibiza are a must visit for every tourist to enjoy, anyone who has been knows how fantastic they are.

The First One

Starting 1969 in Es Cana by young hippy’s as a meeting place to sell and exchange their artifacts.


Furthermore Ibiza has strong artistic roots going back to the early ’60s when artisans, painters flocked to the island.

  • Punta Arabi – Wednesdays

    Punta Arabi – Hippy Market Es Canar – Wednesdays – All Day Punta Arabi Hippy market was the first and is still the biggest on the island of Ibiza and has been since its inauguration in 1969,. Back in those early days they would meet up and sell and share their wears to...
  • Street Markets in town

    The Town Street Markets are on everyday during the summer season and always looks so picturesque with all the colours and trees giving people some shade to wander through the many stalls. A very popular destination in the center of town with lots of nice bars and restaurants close by.
  • Cala Llenya – Sundays

    Cala Llenya market Cala Llenya market is an all year round and known locally as the Sunday Car Boot day. It’s a real weekend treat and somewhere for the locals to go and find a bargain in the winter out of tourist season and also something to do in the summer time. Some great...
  • Las Dalias – Saturdays

    Las Dalias – Saturdays Las Dalias founded in 1954 in a roadside bar in San Carlos a destination that became a meeting place for al the locals of the village then people from other small communities like Es Canar began making it a regular haunt for buying or selling anything....
  • San Juan – Sundays

    San Juan Hippy Market – Sundays San Juan hippy market is in a very pretty plaza, here they have all stalls selling all kinds of hand made things and are open all year round. Open from 10am to 4pm on Sundays and is a big draw not only from the locals but...