Ibiza does not only stand for its wonderful beaches, the extensive parties or the great culinary. It can also be wonderful on the mega versatile island shopping. Whether visiting the small, unique boutiques of Ibiza old town, the traditional hippie-markets or the large commercial shopping centers, the island is the right choice for every shopping heart.
Probably the most popular shopping option for tourists in Ibiza is La Sirena, a large shopping chain with a variety of shops and major shopping centers on the island. The La Sirena shopping centers offer many well-known brands such as Adidas, Guess, Diesel, Desigual and many more. Whether for sports or everyday life, here everyone is guaranteed to find something. The assortment ranges from clothing to shoes to accessories. Especially beachwear, towels and souvenirs are plenty. The approximately 25 shops are located in Ibiza Town, at Playa d’en Bossa, in Santa Eulalia and San Antonio. In addition to La Sirena, numerous international fashion chains such as Zara, Mango, Pull & Bear, Bershka and Stradivarius have found their place in Ibiza. For underwear and bikini-shopping stores like the Italian fashion chain Calzedonia, Intimissimi and Tezenis invite for an amazing shopping tour. These can be found, for example, in Ibiza Town or at the port. Even the well-known brazilian flip flop manufacturer Havaianas aren´t missing on the Island, which you can find in Ibiza town.
In addition to the large shops and brand stores, Ibiza also offers a big variety of merchandising shops of Ibiza´s most popular clubs. Not only for fans of the club scene in Ibiza a visit in the stores of the legendary & exclusive clubs like Ushuaia, Pacha, Amnesia or DC10 is worth it. They offer not only stylish shirts and pullovers, but also accessories and branded bags. The Ushuaia Store is located directly at the entrance of the hotel of the same name and there is also one shop in Ibiza town, near the port, like the Pacha shop. The Amnesia store can be found in the same named club between Ibiza Town and San Antonio and the DC10 shop near Playa d’en Bossa.
Those who love the extravagant and glamour go to the exclusive boutiques at the Marina or the shopping area of Marina Botafoch. Here you will find exquisite shops such as the Blue Ibiza by Elena Estaun with an exclusive selection of boho dresses, special accessories, pretty bags and many little treasures. The Arias offers a number of international luxury designer brands for men and women, including Ainea, Celina and Valentino. Also worth mentioning is the luxury clothing store of the Italian brand Ermanno Scervino.
Another notable boutique of Ibiza’s luxury is D.Lain, fashion with its chic boho fashion for the beach and the glamorous selection of beachwear tunics, dresses, kaftans and kurtas made from the highest quality fabrics.
The fashion business of Charo Ruiz offers world-renowned fashion from fine fabrics and sophisticated design crafted by hand. Charo Ruiz is, as is Reina & Roses in Santa Eulalia. Reina & Roses offers distinctive Ibizan fashion in boho style. Whether for a beachstroll or a party night, with fashion of the designer Brigitte Fussy.
The boutique tomtom in Eivissa also offers luxurious silk and satin clothing in a particularly unique Ibiza style.
Those who like to shop vintage and keep an eye out for the specials are sure to find something in the following stores: Unique fashion for unique people offers the vintage-shop Holala in Ibiza. For 40 years, they have been offering vintage pieces and recycled, upgraded clothing.
Even the small shop Vintage – Icons & Echoes in a hidden little street in Santa Eulalia has new as well as second-hand clothing and accessories from the past and the present, for those who love a daring and surprising appearance.
One of the oldest fashion shops in Ibiza is Vicente Ganesha, whose small shop sell exceptional items from antique to modern. In addition to cheerful colors and natural fabrics, there are also shoes and decorative items to buy in a special style, even world stars cannot miss a stroll in this traditional shop and an encounter with Ganesha itself.
In addition to the numerous luxury boutiques and vintage shops, it is worthwhile to visit the traditional hippy markets during a holiday in Ibiza. The arts and crafts of Ibiza have a rich history, starting in the 60’s when numerous artists, architects and fashion designers came to the island to live out their creative freedom. All this is reflected in today’s markets of the island again and again.
One of the largest and best-known markets is the hippy market of Las Dalias, which takes place on Saturdays in San Carlos, not only during the main season. Or the hippie market Punta Arabi, which opens up regularly on Wednesday in Es Cana. There you will discover pure treasures such as self-made fashion, hand-crafted pieces of jewellery or accessories made of leather and other fine fabrics, as well as decorative items as memorabilia to the enchanting Ibiza. With up to 500 booths, live music and colorful events, Ibiza’s two largest & oldest hippy markets draw thousands of people each year to indulge themselves in the typical flower-power atmosphere. In addition to the two major hippie markets, the island offers many other smaller markets with homemade goods and food from organic home grown by the islanders. One of these markets for locals is the market in San Jordi, which takes place on Saturdays on the grounds of the San Jordi Hipodromo and is accessible to all. The Eco-Market of Sant Josep offers delicacies from organic and natural cultivation, absolutely eco-friendly food and homemade handicrafts from bags to locally made sandals, baskets and island-typical souvenirs.
Not to be underestimated are the small shops, especially in the old town of Ibiza, where Ibizan specialties are offered. One of these specialties is the “Sal de Ibiza” which consists of 100% sea salt and is produced directly on the island. Its stores can be found in Santa Eulalia and San Jose.
La Casita Ibicenca offers traditional local products and can be found in the old port area of Ibiza Town. The products are 100% domestic and of high quality. The small shop offers “Sal de Ibiza”, herbal liqueur “Hierbas” made from Ibizan herbs, the aromatic Ibizan gin “LAW” as well as the island’s own beer “isleña” and much more.
If you love the eco-quality, at Pachamama in San Antonio you are in the right store. Here you will find organic food, which was produced / grown directly on the island and sold in an ecological way, namely without any packaging waste. The assortment ranges from pasta, legumes, teas, fruits and vegetables to naturally produced cosmetics.
This blog post shows only a small range of the most recommendable shops, stores and markets in Ibiza, which make the shopping experience on the island so varied and special. In addition, there is even so much more to discover, trust me. The selection in all areas is great and in Ibiza can be found something for everyone.
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