“Rogue Traders: Unleashing Ibiza’s Underground Market”
In the heart of the Baleric islands in the Mediterranean lays the bohemian enclave, sun kissed island of Ibiza with its rugged coastline, bustling beach bars and clubs the creative community brings together from across the globe a world of fashion, creativity and artistry that capture the spirit of the real Ibiza life. 
Ibiza’s markets are not just places to shop; they are living, breathing expressions of creativity, people, sustainability, and the island’s rich cultural tapestry. Here, artisans from around the globe converge, weaving together threads of tradition, innovation, and a wanderer’s spirit.
As you step into these vibrant havens, you’re greeted by a kaleidoscope of colors, textures, and scents. Each stall, each corner, tells a story of craftsmanship, of a traveler’s journey, of passion poured into every creation. Handmade jewelry glistens, vintage fabrics whisper secrets of eras gone by, and local artworks burst forth in a riot of expression.
Yet, it’s not just about the wares on display. It’s the people who infuse these markets with life. Artisans, with calloused hands and bright eyes, share their stories, their techniques, and the essence of their craft. Travelers, seekers of authenticity, browse with wonder in their eyes, drawn to the one-of-a-kind treasures that bear the mark of a well-traveled soul.
From the lively beats of drum circles to the soft lapping of waves in the background, each market has its own rhythm, its own pulse. These are not just shopping destinations; they are experiences, where the spirit of Ibiza converges with the global wanderlust of those who work and shop here. It’s a dance of culture, a celebration of creativity, and a testament to the timeless allure of Ibiza
Join us on this sustainable shopping journey through Ibiza’s markets, where every piece carries the heartbeat of the island, and every encounter is a brushstroke in a vibrant tapestry of tradition and innovation my up-to date guide to the best markets in Ibiza.
Happy shopping 
1. San Jordi Flea Market
Where: In village of Sant Jordi in the south of the island, in the Hipodromo, which used to be an active horse trotting stadium, at the south end of the village 
Address: Carrer de les Alzines, 07817 Sant Josep de sa Talaia, Ibiza 
When: Every Saturday all year round, 08:00 till 15:00; Summer hours of operation close slightly earlier around 2 PM. Best time to go is 10 AM - 1 PM
Nestled in the heart of Ibiza, the San Jordi Flea Market is a real flea market a vibrant tapestry of vintage treasures and one-of-a-kind finds and local artisans, Here, each stall tells a story of its own – weathered books, retro vinyl records, and timeless trinkets whispering stories of the past. This market is a hidden gem for sustainable fashion enthusiasts, offering distinctive, pre-loved pieces that are bound to steal your heart.
My Hacks:
-Enjoy the convenience of ample on-site parking.
-For the keenest bargain hunters, arriving early at around 9 AM is recommended to catch the bargains
-In the winter months, the market expands to twice its size, becoming a bustling hub for locals with live musics and dJ there’s often dancing and high vibrations as the locals take time to meet with friends and enjoy the slower months here, Take your time to explore and connect with friends in this vibrant gathering space and enjoy a drink in the cafe.
2. Benirass Beach Market
Address: Benirass Beach, 07815 Sant Joan de Labritja, Ibiza
Immerse yourself in the rhythmic beats and free-spirited ambiance of the Benirass Beach Market. Nestled along the picturesque shore, this market is a treasure trove of bohemian-inspired crafts. Handmade jewelry glistens in the sunlight, tie-dye clothing flutters in the breeze, and local artworks adorn the stalls. With the tranquil sea as your backdrop, exploring this market becomes a sensory journey, where every piece carries the spirit of Ibiza’s natural beauty. 
Hacks: Sunday’s are the main busy day when the market is at full power parking can be difficult you should visit this market when you are at the beach or one of the local restaurants it’s not very big so won’t take much time but it’s got a authentic hippy vibe as a relatively new markets it’s not been over commercialised yet best to Avoid Sundays if u don’t like crowds and want easy parking
3. Las Dalias Hippy Market 
Where: in and around the multi-purpose venue Las Dalias, shortly before the village of San Carlos in the north of the island
Address: Carretera San Carlos, Km 12, 07850 Sant Carles de Peralta, Ibiza
When: every Saturday all year round. From April to October 10:00 to 20:00; from November to March 10:00 till 18:00. In summer it is also held in the evening on Monday, Tuesday and Sunday (see Las Dalias Night Market for up to date opening times)
Website: Las Dalias
Social media: @lasdaliasibiza
Stepping into Las Dalias Hippy Market is like entering a whimsical wonderland of colors, textures, and creativity. This bohemian haven in San Carlos invites you to explore a curated selection of artisanal crafts. Handmade jewelry sparkles with a kaleidoscope of gems, and sustainable fashion unfurls in a riot of patterns and prints. Live music weaves through the air, as exotic scents from global cuisine tempt your senses. It’s a sensory celebration of free-spirited expression.
4. Punta Arabí Hippy Market
Where: in the holiday resort of Es Caná on the grounds of Club Cala Martina (the old Club Punta Arabí) 
Address: Es Canar, 07840 Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
When: every Wednesday from April till October - April, May and October 10:00 to 18:00; June, July and September 10:00 to 19:00; August 10:00 to 20:00 
Also now opening on Fridays for a night market check info 
Website: www.hippymarket.info
Facebook: Es Canar True Hippie Market
Instagram: @hippymarketescana 
Punta Arabí Hippy Market, nestled in Es Canar, is a kaleidoscope of vintage and up-cycled fashion. As you wander through the stalls, vibrant fabrics sway in the breeze, each piece telling a story of its own. Local artisans infuse their creations with soul, crafting unique clothing and accessories that exude a timeless charm. The lively atmosphere carries a spirit of rebellion, inviting you to embrace your own style journey.
5. San Juan Artisan Market
Where: located in the centre of the small beautiful village of San Juan in the north of Ibiza 
Address: Plaza España, 07810 Sant Joan de Labritja, Ibiza
When: every Sunday all year round, 09:00 to 16:00 
Social media: @santjoan.artmarket
In the quaint village of San Juan, the Artisan Market exudes a serene, laid-back atmosphere. Here, under the Mediterranean sun, local artisans showcase their mastery. Handmade crafts, from intricately designed pottery to vibrant paintings, bear the mark of creativity and tradition. The intimate setting invites unhurried browsing, allowing you to connect with the artisans and gain insight into their inspired processes. 
 • Free parking can get busy during peak season, so it’s advisable to arrive before 1 PM to catch the live music around lunchtime.
 • Don’t miss the Meka coffee stand for your organic morning brew, and be sure to explore the vegan homemade treats stand offering an array of healthy, gluten and wheat-free snacks.
 • Allocate at least an hour to explore; while it’s a slightly smaller high end artisians market, the village’s charm, complete with an old church and delightful local eateries, makes it a great place to linger, savor your treats, people-watch, and connect with locals.
6. Mercat Vell d’Eivissa (Old Town Market)
Address: Plaça de la Constitució, 07800 Eivissa, Ibiza
The Mercat Vell d’Eivissa in Ibiza Town is an ode to the island’s creative spirit. Within the ancient walls, stalls overflow with artisanal crafts, handmade jewelry, and unique fashion finds. Each piece is a testament to the ingenuity of local talent, offering a glimpse into the island’s thriving creative community. As you wander through the market, you’re enveloped in a sense of timelessness, where past, present, and future converge in a celebration of artistic expression.
7. Mercat de Sant Antoni
Address: Plaça de s’Era d’en Manyà, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza
Mercat de Sant Antoni is more than a market; it’s a journey through Ibiza’s culinary and artisanal heritage. Stalls overflow with locally-sourced products, artisanal cheeses, and unique handmade fashion. Here, every item carries the imprint of the island’s fertile soil and creative spirit. It’s a place where the pulse of Ibiza resonates in every product, inviting you to take a piece of the island’s essence home with you.
8. Mercadillo de Sant Antoni
Address: Carrer Riu, 12, 07820 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza
Mercadillo de Sant Antoni is a tapestry of tradition woven with threads of sustainability. Along the promenade, stalls brim with locally-made clothing, accessories, and artisanal products. It’s a place where modern design meets ancient craftsmanship, where contemporary fashion finds its roots in the rich soil of Ibiza’s heritage. With the Mediterranean as its backdrop, this market paints a picture of timeless beauty. 
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9. Cala Llonga Artisan Market
Address: Cala Llonga Beach, 07840 Santa Eulalia del Río, Ibiza
At Cala Llonga Artisan Market, the beauty of the coast mingles with the artistry of local creators. Stalls showcase a range of handmade items, from beachwear that dances with the waves to jewelry that gleams in the sun. It’s a place where the soothing sounds of the sea harmonize with the creative spirit of the island. As you shop for souvenirs, the salty sea air infuses every piece with the essence of Ibiza.
10. Ibiza Medieval Fair (Fira Eivissa Medieval)
Address: Dalt Vila, 07800 Eivissa, Ibiza
Step through the ancient walls of Dalt Vila and be transported back in time at the Ibiza Medieval Fair. Artisans don period attire, offering a captivating array of medieval-inspired crafts and goods. From hand-forged metalwork to intricately crafted leather accessories, each piece reflects the craftsmanship and artistry of a bygone era. This fair is a journey into Ibiza’s rich history, where the echoes of the past resonate in every creation.
11. Santa Eulalia Market
Where: Passeig de s’Alamera, 07840 Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza
When: Every day, 10:00 to 22:00 (Seasonal variations may apply)
Santa Eulalia Market, nestled along the picturesque Passeig de s’Alamera, is a haven for those seeking a blend of tradition and modernity. Here, local artisans and boutique vendors showcase their creations, offering everything from handmade jewelry to unique fashion finds. With the Mediterranean breeze as your companion, explore an array of sustainable products and immerse yourself in the island’s artisanal spirit.
12. Forada Farmers Market
Where: Camí Corral Nou, s/n, 07800 Sant Antoni de Portmany, Ibiza
When: Saturdays, 10:00 to 16:00
Forada Farmers Market, tucked away in the rustic hills of Sant Antoni, is a celebration of Ibiza’s agricultural heritage. Local farmers and producers converge to offer a bounty of fresh, organic produce, artisanal cheeses, and handcrafted goods. It’s a sensory journey through the island’s flavors and traditions, where you can directly support local farmers and savor the true essence of Ibiza. 
Hacks: good spot for local grown veg at affordable prices.
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