By Holly Woulfe
When people speak of markets on Ibiza it’s usually referring to the two famous hippy markets, Las Dalias and Punta Arabi. It’s seeking out out some of the smaller ones for their local feel and their local products and produce. Whilst the bigger markst sell things from around the world that are associated with Ibiza’s bohemian past, these markets have local in mind.
Whether you fancy some hand-crafted jewellery or accesories, original art, fresh friut and vegetables or nice gift, you are sure to find something local and special at one of Ibiza’s more compact markets. Read on to get the low-down on a more authentic slice of Ibiza.
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