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  • Ibiza and Formentera are known as Pitiusas Islands, referring to the large number of pine trees found in them (Pytis in Greek means pine).
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Ibizan craftwork dates back to the Punic and Roman periods and is still found today in people using materials provided by nature such as clay, wood and esparto. In Sant Rafel there are several pottery workshops where you can acquire pieces and every year in the Paseo Vara de Rey in Eivissa, there is a trade fair which is attended by the craftspeople on the island. At the Ibiza Archaeological Museum, you will find remains from the past of the island in the form of figures from the Punic or Roman periods, bowls, vessels, plates and other objects that are part of this legacy.

The hippie markets set up in many points of the island are worthy of a mention of their own. The craftwork activities that the hippies did in the 70s led to the creation of this kind of market, some of them of international fame, which still survive today. The best-known one is La Dalias in Sant Carles, which is held every Saturday. In this market you can find Adlib clothes, real and costume jewellery, sandalwood, exotic musical instruments, CDs of ethnic music, decorative textiles, statues, Hindu antiques, pareos, books and a long etc. The market also has a restaurant and other places where you can enjoy fresh fruit juices or Arabian cakes. Another important market on the island is Punta Arabí, which has been operating for more than 30 years and which offers visitors 400 points of sale offering craft every Wednesday.

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