Party Earth Review With its panoramic views, relaxed atmosphere, and true Ibizan hippie-chic crowd, Kumharas is an amazing place to enjoy the famous island sunsets. The earthy décor only adds to the laid-back vibe, with sprawls of sofas and rattan tables that fill the open-air, thatch-roofed terrace and offer front-row seating for the main ... more
Carre Lugo, 2, Cala de Bou
07829 Sant Josep De SA Talaia
Wait a second, who’s coming to Ibiza for shopping? Surprisingly, a lot of people as there are great antique stores, art galleries, designer boutiques, outdoor markets, and more all over the island. Sure, you’re coming here to party, but just in case you need a new skin-tight dress for that hot club or a cool new swimsuit to impress the cuties on the beach, shopping in Ibiza has you covered.
To be clear, Ibiza isn’t some high-end shopping mecca. But between Ibiza Town and San Antonio there are endless shops selling jewelry, club clothes, beach clothes, antiques, vintage wear, art, and souvenirs. May is a large department store in San Antonio and a one-stop-shop to pretty much find anything you could possibly need during your stay on the island.
For something a little different – there is of course the Hippy Market. What can you find at the Hippy Market? You guessed it, hippies and all the accoutrements of what being a hippie means. Hemp belts? Check. Hookah’s? Check. Trippy art? Check. Handicrafts and lanyards? Check. Beads? Check. This enormous bazaar has just about everything you’d expect and plenty of things you’d never guess you’d see – but it’s 100% worth the experience – minus the smells.
Another outdoor market is Kumharas, where a slighter more chic hippie crowd gathers for both incredible sunsets and an open market of handmade crafts, jewelry, art, and clothing.
Whether you left your hottest club outfit at home or just want to celebrate nature with your bohemian brethren, there are enough Ibiza shopping areas to make sure you’re always squared away.