Ibiza Hippy Markets

An overview of the Hippy Markets of Ibiza Location, Parking and opening time

Who says Ibiza, says hippies. The free-spirited hippies mainly gained their income through the hippie markets. That’s why Ibiza is known for its many pleasant markets with typical Ibiza and artisanal products.

You will find several markets in the neighbourhood of Casa Zita.
Tip: combine your visit with one of the beautiful nearby beaches.

1. Punta Arabi

The market in Punta Arabi, existing since 1973, is the largest on the island with around 400 to 500 stalls. You will find all kinds of artworks, handmade leather goods, beautiful jewelry and clothing in all kinds of styles. The various musicians, live statues and food & beverage outlets complete this pleasant market that is certainly worth a visit.

Location: Club Punta Arabí (Es Canar), Avenida Punta Arabí
Parking: paying parking spaces and public parking spaces 
Opening hours: Wednesday 10am – 6pm (April till October)

2. Las Dalias

This market is located just outside San Carlos and has been around since 1954. In the high season it’s very busy, up to 20,000 visitors a day. You will find a very wide range of jewelry, hammocks, shoes, artworks, etc. For us it’s one of the nicest markets where you can always find something special. Additionally you can enjoy tasty food and some fresh fruit juices in one of the bars, located inside Las Dalias.

Location: Carretera de Sant Carles Km12, 07850 Sant Carles de Peralta, Ibiza
Parking: left and right of the market. During high season you pay about 4 euros.
Opening hours:
Saturday 10am – 7pm (all year round)
Monday and Tuesday 7pm – midnight (June till September)
Sunday 7pm – midnight (only in August)

3. Sant Juan (Sant Joan de Labritja) artisanale market

A typical after beach market with lots of handmade items. You can also enjoy a live performance or drink a cocktail in one of the beach bars. In the meantime the children can play on the children’s playground next to the market.

Location: next to the beach of Cala LLonga, Ctra. Cala Llonga, 135, 07849 Cala Llonga
Parking: you can go by foot, from Casa Zita it’s only 800 meters.
Opening hours: Thursday evening 6:30pm – 11:30pm (May till October)

4. Cala Llonga hippy market

A typical after beach market with lots of handmade items. You can also enjoy a live performance or drink a cocktail in one of the beach bars. In the meantime the children can play on the children’s playground next to the market.

Location: next to the beach of Cala LLonga, Ctra. Cala Llonga, 135, 07849 Cala Llonga
Parking: you can go by foot, from Casa Zita it’s only 800 meters.
Opening hours: Thursday evening 6:30pm – 11:30pm (May till October)

5. Mercado Cala Llenya

Nice market and very popular with the hippies. You can combine this with a morning walk at the beach. The performances usually start between 12.30pm and 1.30pm. Check the facebook page of Mercado Cala Llenya to watch the program.

Location: Avinguda Punta Arabí, s / n, 07840 es Canar, Illes Balears, Spain
Parking: Enough parking space nearby.
Opening hours: Sunday 11am – 5pm

6. Street market Santa Eularia

Location: Promenade Paseo de ´s Alamera
Parking: you can park at Passeig del Port for a reasonable price
Opening hours:
Every day except Wednesday and Sunday 10am – 10pm (July and August)
Every day except Wednesday and Sunday 10am – 2pm (May, June, September and October)

7. Other markets a little further away from Casa Zita

Forada (San Rafael): Saturday 10am – 4pm
Eco market San Jose: Saturday 10:30am – 1:30pm (June till October)
San Jordi Flee Market: Saturday 9am – 2pm
Hippie market Benirras: every Tuesday, Friday, Saturday and Sunday (summer only)
San Antoni: Friday 10am – 5pm (October till May), 6pm – midnight (June until September)
Mercadillo del Puerto, Ibiza town: 5pm – 1pm (April till October)
La Huerta Food Market: Sunday 1pm – 7pm (April, May, October), 6pm – midnight (June, July, August and September)