Las Dalias Hippy Market, Sant Carles de Peralta

Categories: Gift & Specialty Shops, Shopping
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3.2/5 based on 650+ reviews on the web
Wander through Las Dalias Hippy Market and discover a treasure trove of bohemian-inspired goods. Browse clothes, bags, crafts, musical instruments, jewelry, incense, and more. Try out your haggling skills and pick up a bargain. Sample some freshly squeezed juice or herbal tea from a stall, be entertained by street performers, and soak up the heady atmosphere. Lots of hotels and tour operators offer organized bus trips to the market, though you can of course make your own way there. A visit to Las Dalias Hippy Market represents just the start of the adventure when you use our Sant Carles de Peralta vacation planner to plot your vacation.
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  • Saturday morning: we go to las Dallas hippy market. Very nice weekly event not to be missed. Stalls selling jewelry, sarongs, bags, and miscellaneous items. Well worth the visit. You better go there at about 10 a.m.
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  • Is definitely the most beautiful island Hippy market, every Saturday and during the summer also makes two night openings. Want to rent a car to get there because it is a bit isolated but well worth it. A space full of local handicrafts, music and so much history of the island
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  • A few years ago, also visited. Was hoping for better picture but unfortunately ..... super tourist, shuffling behind each other. Really starved. Many stalls offer the same products. Not original. Really never more!
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  • Warning: even if they look like hippies here, they're actually not. Everybody wants the money from your pockets. Very commercial, but still okay to walk around, do a little sightseeing. Buy gifts for the people at home.
  • Loved it. It was fun. Somethings were hand made and some imported. Even the hippy beer was from Germany. Still a good atmosphere.
  • A very large outdoor crafts market. If you like that type of thing make sure you give a few hours if you just wanna browse past an hour is enough
  • This market is typically a women's thing. A lot of commercial stalls that all look alike. Loads of tourists strolling around for a good bargain. Be prepared to stand in line if you want to eat something or go to the toilets. Parking costs 4 euro.
  • Nower days surely a little bit more "market" then "hippy". Many parking places and a very crowded place. I can't imagine living in the hotel/resort "between the hippy market". HINT: Every price should be negotiated.
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