Bossa market

bossa market

What is the Hippy Market of Playa den Bossa?

The Hippy Market of Playa den Bossa open every day from 18pm to midnight. Come to discover precious pieces of crafts, beads, fashion, leather products, souvenirs of your visit to Ibiza and much more.

What to do in Playa den Bossa?

El Hippy Market in Playa den Bossa It is a flea market that has been held for many years between the streets of Ruda and Bruc, in the heart of this always lively tourist area. It is a street market that is only held during the summer months, normally from May to the beginning of October.

What are Ibizas artisan markets like?

Ibizas artisan markets are famous worldwide. Especially popular are the islands hippy markets organised since the 1970s by the hippy community that made the White Isle their home. But most towns and villages in Ibiza celebrate local arts & crafts markets throughout the week in the summer.

Where are the Hippy Markets in Ibiza?

Rooted in the hippy movement that fled to Ibiza during the 60s, they are scattered all over the island and cater for every taste. Las Dalias is probably the best known hippy market on the island due to its very inviting and picturesque atmosphere.

What are the best Hippy Markets in the Cayo Perico?

Las Dalias is probably the best known hippy market on the island due to its very inviting and picturesque atmosphere. Welcomed by exotic colours that surround visitors upon entrance, it features a 200 stall market where you can find crafts from all over the globe, clothes, unusual music instruments, hammocks and antiques.

What is the Punta Arabí Hippy Market?

Opened in 1973, Punta Arabí is the oldest and biggest hippy market in Ibiza. Over 500 artisans offer high quality crafts as visitors are entertained by music and diverse live performances.

What can you find at the Ibiza market?

With this market the council of San José wants to promote the traditions of Ibiza. Youll find around 20 stalls. Some offer ecological products from the island, for example fruit and vegetables and home-made pastries, while others sell handicrafts of all types like paintings, sculptures and ceramics.

How many stalls are there in the Ibiza market?

There are around 25 stalls, which offer handicrafts from Ibiza and around the world, as well as home-made food and drinks. The market has a very family feel plus you can find quite special souvenirs here.

Where are the Hippy Markets in Ibiza?

Rooted in the hippy movement that fled to Ibiza during the 60s, they are scattered all over the island and cater for every taste. Las Dalias is probably the best known hippy market on the island due to its very inviting and picturesque atmosphere.

Why visit Ibiza?

Ibiza has strong artistic roots dating back to the early 60s when artisans, painters and designers flocked to the island to experience its unique atmosphere, freedom of expression and incredible light.

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