Home from Ibiza now. We stayed in Es Canar on the north eastern side and were close to Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza Town, San Antoni and Portinatx. At the southern end of the beach is a small harbour where you can catch a ferry to Santa Eulària des Riu, Ibiza Town, Formentera or one of the small resorts on the south east coast of the island.
This year is the fortieth anniversary of the famous Hippy Market so we had to take a look. It’s held every Wednesday at Punta Arabí south of Es Canar’s main centre. In the 1960s during the hippy era, many Hippies settled on the Ibiza and began to eke out a living by making trinkets and gifts out of wood, metals and steels. This is how the tradition of the markets on the island began, and are still going strong today.