At the north-east of the island of Ibiza we find the rural area of Sant Carles. It is a place where the typical Ibizan houses cover the landscape, and hidden coves are some of the hidden surprises. At the centre of the town we find its characteristic church and a small bar with a bohemian atmosphere. This area was the home of numerous artists, painters and sculptors from other parts of the world, due to this casual atmosphere.
Las Dalias emerged as a town where all kinds of family events were held, but in the 60s, tourism arrived, which led to Las Dalias being converted into a place where dinners were served with numerous shows. In the 70s, the hippies arrived and Las Dalias began to orient itself towards parties intended for these new inhabitants.
The idea of what is today the Las Dalias market began in 1985. It started as a market for second hand goods, and over time became a place focused on handicrafts and exclusive products that the hippies made themselves.
Today we continue to find that relaxed, hippie atmosphere, a place where we are overcome by colours and peace and transported to a decade of revolution in all senses.