When we talk about Ibiza, we immediately evoke the spirit that made it the destination par excellence of the "hippies".
Fleeing from the political situation of their different countries of origin and attracted by the ideological and cultural diversity and the desire for freedom, the landscapes, climate and energy of the island of Ibiza and Formentera were the ideal setting to welcome this movement and philosophy of life.
This quiet island offered them on their arrival, back in the 50s and 60s, a place where they felt free, they could live as they wanted, in community or in cottages in the interior of the island and they integrated very well with the local population.
Although the spirit is not the same as in its origins, its influence has continued and is still alive throughout all these years: a bohemian lifestyle, its respect and even mimicry with nature, its nonconformist spirit and its form of artistic expression gave rise to a real cultural and social movement: the famous drums of Benirràs or the hippie markets, are still today, a tourist attraction.
All the people of Sant Joan de Labritja is transformed every Sunday of the year into a market: craft products, organic products freshly picked from the orchards and traditional products such as preserves, jams, etc.
On Saturday mornings, at the racecourse of Sant JordiIn this authentic second-hand flea market you can find the most varied handcrafted objects and creations of local artists.
The flea market of Platja d'en Bossa opens its doors every day from 6pm until midnight, from June to October. A faithful homage to the popular "Hippy Market".
In a natural environment between pine forests and very close to the beach, the trail of Cala Llenyain Sant Carles de Peralta offers practically everything. You can't leave without trying a delicious paella. From May to October every Saturday from 9am to 4pm.
Uttopia Art Market The only market in Ibiza with a 100% of artists and craftsmen. On the road between Es Canar and Santa Eulària, open every day during the summer season. Gastronomy and live performances bring out the hippie spirit.
Arabí Point Founded in 1973, it is the oldest and largest of Ibiza. A classic on the route of the island's street markets. Every Wednesday in summer from 10:00 to 19:00, in Es Canar, Santa Eulalia.
Sant Josep Market focused on local, artisan and organic products.
Forada Market Local product: handmade, healthy and natural, surrounded by a beautiful countryside environment. Open Saturdays all year round and Sundays, Mondays and Tuesdays in the summer also at night.
Las DaliasThe Night Market, a fascinating oasis of colour, is open every Saturday and Sunday from 10am to 7pm. The Night Market, a special selection of exclusive stalls, only during the summer season.
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