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All reviews worth a visit leather goods las dalias monday evening local crafts es cana nice market great atmosphere couple of hours great place to visit santa eulalia ibiza town stalls jewelry handmade bargains music
We took the transport (looks like a train) from Cala Llonga, which took 30 minutes to get there and 90 minutes to look around costing 32 euros. When we arrive the whole place looks amazing. There is a wide selection of stalls to cater for...More
Great great market . Good range of clothes and shoes and accessories like rings and chains. Partly sunprotected - nice in the heat.
Maybe not hippie touch you may expect, but I have to suppose that I am possibly to old to know what that...More
We visited the last of the night openings for this season and must admit to being rather disappointed. There were certainly plenty of stalls but there's only so much leather and jewellery you can take in before wanting to shout "I'm more of a hippy...More
Well worth a visit if staying locally. Interesting stalls- a lot of jewellery and leather goods stalls. Went on a Saturday in the beginning of October- lovely weather meaning the markets were quite busy! Quite expensive too- some goods worth the money, some not so...More
market opens at 10.00am in the morning, but do what we did, get to one of the many car parks for 9.00am (cost of parking 3.50 euros) take a walk to the local bar do breakfast and then go in when it opens as by...More
There's not a lot hippy about this market. It's all EXTREMELY expensive, poor quality rubbish. Coach after coach turning up means that you can barely move, let alone try to actually see anything.
WASTE OF TIME!
Keen to are my second trip to this market during my holiday on Ibiza. Beware though....as other reviewers have said, it gets very hot. The closeness of the stalls to each other and the canopies make it airless and stifling. I found that some of...More