In Ibiza, it’s impossible not to fall into temptation: its streets are full of inviting shops and its markets are a benchmark.
The White Island can boast of a style of its own in every single one of its nooks and crannies. Its alleyways conceal tempting shops and boutiques, a breeding ground where the most Ibizan style converges with the latest tendencies from the rest of the world. La Marina, Sa Penya and even the street markets are a meeting place for shopping addicts looking for the purest Adlib, but who cannot forego luxury or international brands either, not forgetting crafts of course.
The shopping route in Ibiza Vila inevitably passes through Marina and Sa Penya, where one can find the shops of designers like Charo Ruiz, a standard-bearer of the most exported Adlib. In Vara de Rey, the most exclusive names sit side by side with historic stores.
Other towns with interesting places to shop at are Santa Eulàlia, Sant Antoni, Sant Josep or Sant Joan. It is well worth examining their shops to convince yourself that without a doubt, Ibiza is the perfect island for shopping.
And so as not to miss anything at all, there are other mandatory destinations on the same island. Its street markets are a centre of pilgrimage for shopping addicts. The most famous one is doubtless Las Dalias in Sant Carles. It is followed by Mercadillo de Es Canar, which has existed for three decades now, the Cala Llenya street market which is held every Sunday and the Hippy Market Punta Arabí. Fashion, art, crafts and gastronomy can be found amongst their stalls.