One of the more well-known islands off the coast of Spain, the main streets in Ibiza have definitely conformed many of their shops for visitors from all over the world. Whether you want something just to commemorate your trip or you want something a little funkier, check out the shops, stores, best buys and inside tips below.
Souvenirs and Fashion
For salts, oils and even glass-blown treasures filled with sand from the coast of the Mediterranean, La Casita Ibicenca is a great place to find the more unusual souvenirs. Amnesia is another recommendation for T-shirts, key chains and bags that celebrate your trip. Visitors definitely recommend buying at shops like these rather than the airport to save some money, but you can also find many of the same shops if you’ve run out of time. Vara del Rey avenue has a variety of clothing shops to check out what’s new in fashion in the islands of Spain. Tunics over a bikini are popular here, so get one at Cha-Cha (a fashion store where many locals shop.)
Food and Fun
Erospki is a supermarket where you can find traditional snacks and delicacies of Ibiza. Visit las dalias, which is a small market full of off-the-beaten path shops that celebrate the hippy culture. If you smoke, this is a good place to stock up on cheap cigarettes if you can. There’s also plenty of shops to be found in the old town sections of Ibiza as well as the marine area. Cafe de Mar is a place to pick up towels and suntan lotion if you need some.
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