Since late 60s ‘till this day, Ibiza has been home to handful of hippie markets who are giving it’s charm to the island. If you are looking for authentic Iberian products, old school style of clothing, workshops, live music then going to hippie market is a must. The first and so called original market is Las Dalias, which also is considered best by many, has been home of weekly markets for more than 60 years. Here you can find more than 200 stalls which are selling clothes, jewellery, artisan products etc. Another popular weekly market is Cala Llenya, which is open on Sundays. It’s second hand market and perfect for those looking for bargain. One of the longest running markets is at Es Canar, which is also the biggest hippie market on the island with over 500 stalls filled with various stuff. Even though Sunday market in San Juan is one of the newest hippie markets, it still attracts large number of visitors. It’s go-to location for those in search of fresh and organic food.