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Ibiza has plenty of boutiques and unique stores catering to international visitors. During the high summer season (June to September) shops in the port are open until well after midnight. However, in the off season they may be closed entirely during the week.

For gifts that invoke the Ibiza spirit, check out Ceramica Es Test, which sells unique ornaments, vases, and sculptures, and Only T-Shirts, a favourite stop for good-value souvenirs. Natura sells organic and free-trade goodies. La Calle De La Virgen is the centre of a vibrant gay community.

Leather goods abound in Ibiza, but quality is hard to come by. Two exceptions in Ibiza town are Pedro's, selling leather and silver accessories and home furnishings, and Sandal Shop which does custom-made footwear.

Ibiza also has some great markets to supplement the touristy shops found all over the island. The best and most famous is the Hippy Market at Club Punta Arabí, running from April to October. The San Jordi Car Boot market on Saturdays is also fun, as is the night market at Las Dalias in San Carlos. Vendors at the markets generally expect people to haggle over prices.

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