Every weekend in Barcelona, weekend markets of all varieties pop up all over the city. Whether you’re into thrift shopping, vintage clothing and jewelry, handmade goods, or simply looking for some good food and music, there’s something to suit every taste. Here is a handy guide to the 5 best weekend markets in Barcelona so you can find the best one for you!

Mercat dels Encants

The biggest and the most famous flea market in Barcelona is the Mercat dels Encants, located near the Glories shopping center. This flea market is huge and has just about everything that you can think of for sale. 156 stalls, 78 shops, and 39 auction areas sell both new and second-hand items on Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays, and Saturdays. In the market for a new bike? Vintage clothes? Things to decorate your home? You’ll find it all here!

Address: Carrer de los Castillejos, 158

Palo Alto Market

One weekend a month, you can enjoy one of the most fun and diverse weekend markets in Barcelona. The Palo Alto Market market takes place in Poblenou, which is known for its unique street art, great dining, and overall cool vibes. People come to browse the handmade and unique clothing, jewelry and beauty products and stay for the choice music and delicious food. DJs and live musicians perform a variety of music throughout the day for the enjoyment of all. Food trucks and pop-up bars provide excellent food and drinks and lend to the overall party vibe of this market. Check out the market’s website for the next edition of the Palo Alto Market!

Address: Carrer dels Pellaires, 30


Fleadonia is held in the Raval neighborhood on the first Sunday of the month, and is one of the more popular weekend flea markets in Barcelona. Entrance is free to this neighborhood market where you can browse through the racks of used and vintage items. In addition to checking out all of the market’s treasures, be sure to take time to enjoy its other attractions. Music and drinks are abundant as well, so you can peruse the market to your heart’s content.

Address: Plaça de Salvador Seguí

La Nau Bostik

La Nau Bostik is unique in that it’s not in the city center, but in the authentic, residential neighborhood of La Sagrera. It’s not a market itself, but rather a creative space that hosts a number of weekend markets in Barcelona. Most weekends, you can stop by La Nau Bostik to find food trucks, bars, music, and vintage goods. The themes of the market vary, as some weekends you’ll find solely vintage items, other weekends new and secondhand. Whatever market is taking place at La Nau Bostik, though, you’re sure to find something you like!

Address: Carrer Ferran Turné, 11

El Flea

El Flea is a monthly flea market that is organized by those that also run Fleadonia. This market is held near the Drassanes metro stop and is known for its great vibes and market finds. This market is fun not only to look through the items, but for people-watching, too! The market’s prime location in the heart of the city means that it’s easy to find and stop by. See what treasures you can find at El Flea!

Address: Plaça de Blanquerna

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