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The island of Ibiza has always had a good reputation for its very interesting arts and crafts to go shopping. Not surprisingly, its hippy markets are worldwide known and thousands of people visit them every summer. But it is also very rewarding visiting other not so famous craft works markets located in the island’s inland villages, allowing us to enjoy a more rural and authentic atmosphere and at the same time, acquire interesting craft work items, as well as fresh fruits and vegetables grown in land of Ibiza.

The most authentic and biggest of all markets! Es Canar hippy market is open every Wednesday from 10:00 to 22:00 from Easter to October. It is located at a beautiful pine forest by the beach of Es Canar. The Market is packed with objects from all over the world, from exotic jewelry, local handcrafts, fabrics and clothes from India and Indonesia and event furniture from Thailand. You will be surprised by the stuff you can find there! There are several restaurants and a central tent which hosts live concerts. And you will find almost everything in the 400 stalls which make up this great market.

Las Dalias, the most genuine hippy market, is on the road to Sant Carles village. It takes place every Saturday from 10:00 to 18:30 from Easter to October. Las Dalias organizes regularly one of the attractive events, the Namasté- a hippie party featuring art exhibitions, a night market and great gastronomic offers. A whole new way of exploring Ibiza´s charms. It sells Adlib clothing, jewelry, sandalwood, exotic musical instruments, ethnic music, jewelry, decorative fabrics, figurines, antiques, sarongs, books … As we said before, everything …

An example is the traditional craft market of Sant Joan de Labritja, a village in the north of the island that still preserves its rustic essence. Held every Sunday in winter, and on Friday evenings during summer (from June to September). In this market you can find typical handicrafts, paintings, jewelry and even embroidery work is exhibited. Another attraction is that the farmers of Sant Joan also offer vegetables and fruits grown in Sant Joan, and other organic products. A nice and cosmopolitan atmosphere where you can also enjoy musical performances.

Every Thursday in summer from 6 pm to 11 pm you can also visit the craft and ceramic market in Sant Rafel. This village, located in the center of the island, is famous for its pottery and distinguished artisans with very long experience. The sample consists of about 60 exhibitors and all have passed a selection process to offer the best products. Among other things, you can see a live pottery making in a very nice and relaxed atmosphere.

Also highly recommended is the Buscastell rustic market. Located on the road that connects San Rafael and Santa Agnès. This tiny and charming village houses one of the busiest markets on the island. It takes place on Saturdays from 10 am to 4 pm, and you can find everything, from fresh produce such as fruit and vegetables grown in the farming fields of ​​Ibiza, to all kinds of food products also produced in the island, such as cheese, honey, wine, jam and a wide variety of sweets. There’s also craft works and art works. All enlivened with games for the little kids and music.

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