Las Dalias

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Las Dalias
Las Dalias

A must see if you are new to the island or are entertaining guests. Las Dalias has a charm of its own and has always been a favourite amongst the fun & interesting mix of people in the North who call Ibiza their home. Open all year round, the roadside bar area has remained unchanged for many years with wooden tables and uncomfortable wooden & string chairs, a shabby but cosy atmosphere and a roaring fire in the corner tended to by the Las Dalias abuelo & founder, Joan himself. Morning carajillos (coffee with a rather too healthy dose of brandy in it aka breakfast of clubbers), lunchtime tapas or a menú del día, afternoon drinks and evening meals are available at average prices and you will almost always find a friendly face to chat to. The downstairs restaurant has a somewhat dungeon like feel and has yet to become a great success. What really puts Las Dalias on the retro Ibiza map is its huge outdoor area that becomes the infamous hippy market. Running since 1985 with way over 200 stalls now, the market is a fun and lively place to spend the day. Outdoor bars serve ridiculously overpriced cocktails and juices as well as snacks but surrounded by such vibrant colours, characters and entertainment, it hardly matters. The Las Dalias market is held every Saturday, open all day from 10am with stalls selling everything from hand made in Ibiza olive wood breadboards to all sorts of smoking paraphernalia like skins, bongs, pipes and Bob Marley cigarette tins. Due to the success of this day time market, evening markets have been added during the week and you will always be able to enjoy a live Ibiza band playing in the courtyard.