Crafts, unbeatable atmosphere, music and color.

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Art, tradition, culture, entertainment and lots and lots of craftsmanship in an incomparable environment. There are flea markets all over the island and each one has a different atmosphere. Take a look and decide which one you want to visit. The flea markets are a must-visit where you can take back an original souvenir of your stay: a second-hand dress, a used book, unique handicrafts? Authentic jewels that show our way of understanding life.


Las Dalias

Hippy essence, hustle and bustle and joy

The Las Dalias flea market is one of the most iconic markets in Ibiza.

Its essence remains intact over time, and the hippie atmosphere can be breathed in every corner.

It opens its doors all year round (Saturdays from 10am), varying its opening days depending on the season (in summer you can enjoy the night market Monday, Tuesday and even Sunday if it's August).

Es Canar flea market

True hippy market

Although in Ibiza the craft markets have been a tradition for decades, this is the biggest and most genuine Ibiza hippy market.

It was here where the first hippies who came to the island began to sell their crafts, back in the 70s.

Today it still retains all its essence: the vendors offer original items and strolling through the stalls is a real delight.

Visit it on Wednesdays, from April to October from 10.00 to 18.30 in the grounds of the Hotel Club Punta Arabí.

Sant Jordi flea market

Local and relaxed atmosphere

The Sant Jordi flea market, at the San Jordi racecourse, is one of the most authentic.

It is held throughout the year, on Saturday mornings, and is especially visited by Ibicencans, as you can find practically everything: second-hand goods, antiques and handicrafts, as well as music.

Street markets in the villages

Local essence

The markets are part of the soul of Ibiza, practically every town on the island has its own: Figueretas, Santa Eulalia, San Antonio, San Juan, Puerto de Ibiza....

Almost every day you will find one open.

Some of them have real works of art in places with an incomparable charm, which one are you going to visit?