Barcelona, the Catalan capital, is a city that has breathed art, creativity and craftsmanship for centuries. Immerse yourself in the fascinating world of Barcelona's artisans, who bring this Mediterranean metropolis to life with their exceptional skills. On this page, we invite you to explore the city's hidden treasures by highlighting artisans who are making their mark in a variety of fields, from ceramics to gastronomy, jewellery and much more.
Each artisan featured here embodies the authenticity and excellence that make Barcelona a unique destination for craft lovers. Whether you're a visitor looking for unique souvenirs, a local curious to discover new talent, or simply a craft enthusiast, this page is your gateway to Barcelona's extraordinary craft scene.
Let us guide you through the picturesque alleyways of this vibrant city, to meet the dedicated artisans who create works of art that are both functional and aesthetically pleasing. Immerse yourself in the soul of Barcelona and discover the exceptional creations that bear witness to its rich craft heritage.
By supporting local artisans and discovering their unique creations, you are taking part in sustainable tourism that promotes the local economy while preserving the authenticity and cultural essence of Barcelona.
Welcome to the exciting world of Barcelona's Best Craftsmen.
Cerería Subirà is a famous candle shop in Barcelona, Spain. It is renowned for its high-quality handmade candles, and its history dates back to 1761. Founded by Jaume Subirà, this traditional shop offers a wide range of scented candles, decorative candles and related products.
Cerería Subirà Baixada Llibreteria, 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Herboristeria del Rei
Herboristeria del Rei is a famous herbalist's shop in the Gothic quarter of the Catalan capital, close to Las Ramblas. Founded in 1823, it is one of the oldest herbalist shops in Europe still in operation, as well as one of the oldest in Barcelona.
Herboristeria del Rei Carrer Vidre, 1, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
La Manual Alpargatera
La Manual Alpargatera is a famous shop specialising in the manufacture and sale of traditional Spanish espadrilles, also known as "alpargatas". The shop is renowned for the quality of its handcrafted products and its wide choice of espadrille styles and colours. Founded in 1940, La Manual Alpargatera has become a Barcelona fashion icon.
La Manual Alpargatera Carrer Avinyó, 7, 08002 Barcelona, Spain
Sea People offers handcrafted but haute-couture espadrilles for evening wear and everyday wear. Made in Spain by real craftsmen. Determination pays off. Enrique Camps had had enough of seeing espadrilles - this typically Spanish product - get lost in the maze of consumerism. Mass production in faraway countries, drifting quality, exploitation of manufacturers and, finally, a lack of respect for customers..
Sea People Carrer del Mestre Nicolau, 25, 08021 Barcelona, Spain
Oscar H. Grand
After years of designing for others, one day in 2006 he opened his own boutique in El Born - next to the Picasso Museum - to pursue his passion. Oscar H. Grand makes all his customers' clothes to measure himself...
Oscar H. Grand Carrer de la Barra de Ferro,7 , 08003 Barcelona, Spain.
Right next door to the Picasso Museum in Barcelona, you can't miss another of Barcelona's highlights: the Up Headwear hat shop. A great selection of classic hats, berets and caps, but also more modern 'headwear' such as American caps and all kinds of bonnets.
Up Headwear C/Princesa, 16, 08003 Barcelona, Spain.
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