If shopping is your true passion, the bargains, bohemian atmosphere, that “Vintage” stuff! Then you’ll be happy to hear that the street Ibizan markets offer an amazing distraction. Even though your opportunity to shop outdoors improves considerably in summer, there are also a few street markets to be found dotted around, during the whole of the Ibizan winter.
1 Las Dalias Hippy Market: Undoubtedly one of the biggest and best-known winter Ibizan markets. Las Dalias opens every Saturday @ 10:00 during the winter time. As well as the artisan offerings, Las Dalias offers various gastro options for your perusal, much like music, and street performances.
2Sant Jordi Market: Open every Saturday from 09:00 to 12:00 midday, San Jordi’s market is a genuine flea market, where you’ll find every type of second hand good. Old magazines, books, clothes, bikes, tech, paintings and more. On top of all this, you can grab a nice sandwich and a coffee right next door at Ramonet and Vicent’s Cantina!
3Cala Llenya Market: An Ibizan market located in a privileged spot! A scarce few meters from the impressive Cala Llenya, Open every Sunday of the year, the market offers the opportunity to buy and sell all sorts of goods and curiosities, as well as getting a chance to sample some beautiful paella.
4Mercat de Forada: In front of the bar Can Tixedó at a crossroads and in the heart of the island (Buscastells) we find the Mercat de Forada, open every Saturday from 10 a.m. to 4 a.m. A rural market of local, artisanal and natural products. A great opportunity to get to know the local products of the island and its producers.
5Mercatillo de Sant Joan: This craft market opens from 10:00 in the morning to 16:00 in the afternoon every Sunday throughout the year. It is located in the centre of the village of Sant Joan de Labritja. In this market, you can breathe a very peculiar atmosphere. Between commercial stalls, live music and bars you can meet a lot of interesting people.