The second of the locals market left over from the 1970s when Ibiza was a top spot on the world "hippy" circuit, Las Dalias is north of Santa Eulària des Riu near the town of Sant Carles. Even older than the Punta Arabí market in Santa Eulària town (founded by a local farmer back in 1954), it's also perhaps even more overtly "groovy"; for example, you can check out some far-out musical instruments along with clothes, music, and other articles with Hindu/Buddhist as well as other mystical and world cultural themes. That alongside second-hand garments and typical Ibizan crafts and clothing, and all bathed in a distinct aroma of sandalwood incense. Las Dalias is held every Saturday 10 am to 6:30 pm year round, and during the June through September high season there's also a smaller but still very popular night market on Mondays, and a Christmas market in winter.
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