Ibiza Markets

Ibiza’s Hippy Markets have become famous around the world. But there are many other markets too, from Flea Market to Local  & Ecological Produce, to Artisan.

In addition to these regular markets there are summer long craft and artisan market stalls at various locations including Ibiza Town Port, San Antonio Fountains, Playa den Bossa and Figueretes.

Also, any agenda listing of a local fiesta will almost certainly be cause for some artisan and produce stalls as part of the celebrations.

  • If you know of another Ibiza market, or can add/correct useful information to any of the markets listed, please let us know.

Feature photo from Sant Josep Town Hall of an artisan market at San Agustin church on the 2018 day of the tourist.

ibiza markets guide

Flea Market, San Jordi

8am-3pm, Saturdays, All Year, The Hippodrome

Since 1995 a place where residents meet to sell their second hand treasures, and retailers sell their stock. One of the most cosmopolitan places on the island, a place to haggle, socialize and have fun. In this genuine flea market you will find clothes, books, old magazines, records.. and if you don’t find what you are looking for you can always taste one of the bocadillos that Ramonet and Vicent prepare in the big saloon, where early riser buyers and sellers enjoy the beautiful view of the sunrise while having breakfast.

Mercat de Forada, San Antonio

10am-4pm, Saturdays, All Year, Can Tixedo, Buscastell, San Antonio

Ecological and local produce market with live music, a great initiative where you can buy ecological produce at low-prices, supporting local Ibizan small producers. First class products, paellas at lunch time, books, antiques, live music….this is a little sample of what you´ll find in Forada.

Artisan Market, San José

Saturdays from 9.30am until October 20th

A market with handcrafted, local and organic products. A meeting point for the people of our city and for the tourists who visit us every summer where you will be able to buy organic, handcrafted or locally elaborated products. Also, you will be able to taste the menus prepared by the restaurants of our city.

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Las Dalias Hippy Market, San Carlos

10am-dusk, Saturdays, Night Market 7pm-1am Mondays, San Carlos

With origins going back to 1954, the market proper started in 1985 with five stalls. Since then it has gathered artisans from  all over the world, filling the Market with colour and fantasy. Now hosting over 200 stalls selling everything from fashion, and jewellery to art and decoration.

Mercadillo de Sant Joan

10am-4pm, Sundays, All Year, San Juan

Ecological and hand-made products. There are very few villages in Ibiza that retain that peaceful atmosphere, that local ambiance, that mix of cultures, german people sitting next to old ibizencos, hippies talking to payesas, payesas selling their garden products and home made wine, plus live music, jugglers, and many other surprises … simply beautiful.

La Huerta Organic Food, Ibiza Town

Sundays, 12-6pm, Agroturismo Can Jaume, Puig den Valls, Nr Ibiza Town

Food and produce from local producers. With live music, a variety of food stalls, and activities for children.

Punta Arabi Hippy Market, Es Canar

Wednesdays, April-October

Established in 1973, more than 500 craftsmen and artists offer a variety of their unique creations: crafts, fashion, jewellery, natural cosmetics and more. All surrounded by performances from musicians, artists and living statues.

ibiza markets guide


Hippy Market, Cala Llonga

From 6pm, Thursdays, Promenade, Cala Llonga

The market takes place every Thursday evening from 6pm with an array of locally hand crafted articles such as clothes, jewellery, trinkets, pottery and much more, produced by some of Ibiza’s finest artisans all at reasonable prices. Located on the promenade it’s a perfect place to wander along under the evening stars while listening to live music, looking for a perfect gift, souvenir or personal treat.

Art i Mercat, San Antonio

Fridays 9am-5pm,  Church Square, San Antonio,

A street market located ibehind San Antonio’s Church, which is a few metres from the main town Fountains Promenade. Art I Mercat offers ecological products, art music and handicrafts.