By Expedia Team, on February 11, 2020

The Ultimate Guide to Shopping in Ibiza

“Known for its pristine beaches and exhilarating nightlife, Ibiza is a popular destination for travellers from all over the world. Often attracting celebrities, the island is home to a variety of shopping destinations that offer everything from high-end designer goods to quirky vintage gems. Take a look at the ultimate guide to Ibiza shopping to plan your trip.


Ibiza Old Town

Ibiza Old Town is the hub of excitement and nightlife in Ibiza. It attracts most of the island’s travelling celebrities, particularly the DJs and musicians, and it’s home to many high-end fashion stores. Eivissa is the top destination for boutique shopping, souvenir shopping and designer goods. You could also stroll through the cobblestone streets of Dalt Vila to find traditional handicrafts and artisanal sandals from family-owned stores, which are a great gift to bring back for friends or family.

Ibiza Marina

Located in Ibiza Town, Ibiza Marina is one of the most popular shopping areas. It’s home to all manner of street fashion boutiques as well as independent local shops with unique finds. Ibiza Marina has popular local fashion brands as well, such as Ermanno Scervino and Blue Ibiza. This is one of the more glamorous shopping areas, so it’s best for finding designer brands.

Santa Gertrudis

Santa Gertrudis is located in the centre of the island, away from the primary tourist areas. Regarded as a shopper’s paradise, the village is the perfect place to find unique goods from local brands, such as Sluiz Ibiza, and vintage shops. There are small alleyways that boast vintage shops and bohemian boutiques like Aurobelle. Between shopping, you can stop in the many restaurants and cafes along the alleys for a break and a quick bite.

Punta Arabi

Punta Arabi is the oldest and largest hippie market in Ibiza and boasts 500 stalls selling handmade and custom clothing, jewellery, accessories and more. The market is located in the resort of Playa Es Cana, so you can find plenty of bars and restaurants nearby. In addition to being the premier spot for funky and unique gifts, the market offers a great atmosphere for families with children looking for a day out.


Las Dalias

Las Dalias is one of Ibiza’s most famous markets and features over 200 stalls with everything from jewellery to shoes. The market is popular for its garden surrounds and entertainment, which includes live music and performances that you can catch between shopping. The market often gets crowded, so it’s best to visit early in the day to peruse the many stalls. If you’re looking for entertainment as well, you can visit in the afternoon or evening. Be sure to take your time in Las Dalias, because it’s known for its hidden gems and authentic atmosphere.

Designer’s Best

Designer’s Best is a standalone shop in Ibiza Town that’s known for its luxury brands. Run by a fashion-industry professional, the shop is filled with racks of haute couture from enduring premium brands and emerging designers. The shop also has picks from fashion editors, so it’s always offering the latest trends.

Reina & Roses

Reina & Roses is a stunning women’s boutique with a boho style that reflects the culture and beauty of the island. You can find everything from flowy chiffon dresses and linen skirts to colourful bags and jewellery. The main store is located on the road to Santa Eulalia.

World Family Ibiza

If authentic shopping is more your style, World Family Ibiza is the place to be. It’s home to the island’s staple boho look with its vibrant colours and fabrics. Many of the accessories in the store are handmade, but they’ve been featured on high-fashion runways in major cities all over the world. Best of all, the pieces you’ll find in World Family Ibiza are exclusive and rare, so you can infuse some personal expression into your look.


Shopping hours

Shopping in Ibiza may be a little different from what you’re accustomed to, thanks to the laid-back vibe on the island. Many shops open later than usual at around 10 or 11 a.m., though markets typically open a little earlier, such as 9 a.m. There’s also the siesta, which is a period of napping or breaks in the day, that takes place from 2 to 6 p.m. each day; most stores and markets will close during this period. That said, many stores will stay open later than you’re accustomed to as well, with many closing around midnight or 1 a.m. during the busy season.

Even if you’re eager to shop, the later opening times and relaxed atmosphere allow you to take advantage of great shopping opportunities without disrupting your own rest and relaxation on holiday.

Plan your shopping excursion

Even if you’re travelling to Ibiza for quiet beach days and energetic club nights, you should spend some time exploring Ibiza’s famous shopping areas to see what you discover. If you’re planning a trip, take a look at deals on Ibiza holidays from Expedia and find other fun things to do in Ibiza!”