Ok so apparently the definition of a hippie is "a person, especially of the late 1960s, who rejected established institutions and values and sought spontaneity, direct personal relations expressing love, and expanded consciousness, often expressed externally in the wearing of casual, folksy clothing and of beads, headbands, used garments". It is therefore only natural that hippies would love Ibiza - and they do! We have hippie markets and flea markets here which are all great fun in their own way and should definitely be visited.
Cala Llenya Flea Market
Every Sunday and all year round, hippies, business owners, kids and parents all gather together in San Carlos for the weekly flea market and a good old gossip.
Stalls are set up with all sorts of junk (lol) from the contents of your garage to brand new imported furniture.
There is live music, great food from the restaurant or even a juicy hotdog from the stand.
Punta Arabí Hippie Market
The Punta Arabí hippie market in Es Canar has more than doubled in size over the years and you can now find anything from silk sarongs to African art, sunglasses, hammocks and all sorts of floaty clothing.
Every Wednesday throughout the summer, the market stall people set up and enjoy their day chatting to tourists from around the world.
There are food & drinks stands, bars & restaurants, live music and often live performances too.
San Jordi Car Boot Sale
This 2nd hand market is another one that is on all year round.
Pop in any Saturday morning to find the second hand rug you´ve been looking for, plants, mirrors, tables or even puppies.
There is a great little hamburger bar just inside at the entrance too, as well as a bar.
Las Dalias Hippie Market
The Las Dalias hippie market is well known and has been loved for years.
All sorts of colourful stalls are set up every Saturday, as well as numerous bars, cocktails bars & juice bars.
Live music and a generally cheery vibe make it an exciting place to visit and should definitely be on your list.
Las Dalias also have a fantastic Christmas market & night markets too.
Market opening times change throughout the seasons so keep an eye on our events page to find out what is happening where.