A beautiful area dotted with charming farmhouses and edged by bays of crystal clear waters, the village of San Carlos is popular with locals and visitors alike. For years it has attracted writers, artists and musicians, who have helped to develop the wonderful, cosmopolitan atmosphere. At the centre of San Carlos is a former concert hall and bar, Las Dalias. Bob Marley and Mick Jagger both played at the venue, which is now home to the best hippy market in the area – smaller, yet more atmospheric than the famous one at nearby Es Canar.View villas in San Carlos
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Paella, tapas, fresh seafood, Mediterranean grilled meats and vegetables, Alioli (garlic sauce), Flao (local cheesecake with herbs and honey). You will most likely get to try a shot of Hierbas after a meal, a traditional Eivissan spirit made of herbs, good for digestion.
San Carlos is known for being the meeting place of hippies. You can enjoy the hospitality of local and traditional tapas restaurants in the evenings, or for those wanting a livelier night scene, head 30 minutes to San Antonio or Ibiza Town and the string of nightclubs in between.
Hippy markets in Las Dalias and Es Canar
A 30 minute drive, past Ibiza town, will take you to Aguamar in Playa den Bossa, the islands family fun waterpark with over 7 sets of slides and a picnic area.
Being a small island means everything can be reached by bus or car quickly and easily. Don't forget to explore the main hubs of the island; Ibiza town, San Antonio and Santa Eulalia, and maybe buy a souvinir from the hippy market at Es Canar.
Ca n'Andreu is a small museum in the village, providing a brief history in rural life in the 17th century.
Every town in Ibiza had it's own church and the whitewashed church of San Carlos dates back to 1785. It also has a small garden and the remains if a Roman oil mill.
Las Dalias, originally a place where musicians perform is now where you will find various markets throughout the week selling all kinds of artesan products. you might be lucky enough to catch a live music show, but otherwise make a trip to one of the weekly markets with over 100 stalls.
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