Mercat de la Concepcio Mercat Del Encants

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Like Boqueria market but bigger and with almost no tourists...

With colourful stalls for food, fruit, vegetables, fish and seafood, the Mercat de Sant Antoni (St Anthony's Market) at the south-western end of the Raval is one of the largest markets in operation in Barcelona.


Mercat Sant Antoni Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona


"El Mercat de Sant Antoni" and "El Mercat dels Encants de Sant Antoni


It is actually two markets in the same building:

> El Mercat de Sant Antoni is the food market with no less than 95 stalls including 9 "xarcuteria" Here we like the Jabugo :-)

>> And under the same roof but under another name "El Mercat dels Encants de Sant Antoni" just as many stands but not food such as fashion shops for men and women, accessories, jewellery, 4 haberdasheries, shoes, stands for children's clothes... A whole world!


On Sundays from 8:30 am to 2:30 pm, a book and coin market takes place all around the building. You will find old books, magazines, comics, postcards, records, coins, stamps but also second-hand clothes.

>>Information on this Sunday market here


Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona

Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona


The steel structure of the building (1872-82) designed by Antoni Rovira i Trias is very spectacular. Its form is equally spectacular: an X-shaped building in an architectural style that combines modernist elements with neoclassical influences. Its main structure is made of wrought iron and glass, creating open and bright spaces inside the market. The exterior facades are adorned with elaborate architectural details, such as floral motifs, colourful ceramics and sculptural reliefs. Take the time to observe it!


The market was completely renovated from 2009 to 2018, a mammoth undertaking that was slowed down by the discovery of Roman remains. It is now a very modern market, with ideally calculated spaces for traffic and commerce.


A gourmet tip to finish: Stop by the "Casa Blanca Mercat de Sant Antoni" restaurant, perfect for tasting typical Catalan dishes at local prices!

Mercat de Sant Antoni

Carrer del Comte d'Urgell, 1, 08011 Barcelona, Spain

Area: Eixample left
Website: Mercat de Sant Antoni - Barcelona
Opening hours: Monday to Saturday from 8am to 8pm
Phone: 00 34 934 26 35 21
Metro/Bus: Metro: L2 Sant Antoni / Bus: 20, 24, 37, 41, 55, 141
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  1. Visit their website! - Mico (9 Aug 2015 - 11:38)

    Visit their website!:

  2. Market is under construction! - PU (4 May 2014 - 10:45)

    Actually the original market halls are under construction and completely closed. Reopening is middle of 2015. Now there is only a small Interims market in tents and on the street.

  3. There are not closed - Mico (26 Jul 2013 - 23:00)

    There are not closed. We are in front of the old market. All Sundays. at 9:00h to 15:00h.
    Too in vacation time! ;)

  4. One thing about - Mico (26 Jul 2013 - 23:00)

    On sunday, there are no textiles. Only Books, magazines, figurines collectables...
    Textiles is on monday, wednesday, friday and saturday.

  5. Mercato di st. Antoni - Andrea (12 Nov 2012 - 09:15)

    E' chiuso per ristrutturazione!!!!!

  6. marche de san antoni - maya (11 Apr 2012 - 10:15)

    ce marche est en refection depuis un certain temps
    cela fait plusieurs fois que j y vais
    les marchands sont dans des algecos ce n est pas pareil
    je ne sais pas quand cela sera termine

  7. Sant Antoni - jim (18 Feb 2010 - 14:15)

    what a pleasure to buy fruits and vegetables at Mercat de Sant Antoni. Good place far from tours..

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