Flea markets Barcelona

Flea Markets in Barcelona

One man’s garbage is another man’s treasure.

For this reason, many flea markets take place very often in Barcelona.

Second-hand shopping is not only very trendy, it is also a good deed: it avoids waste and garbage overproduction, it enables sellers to make a bit of money while getting rid of something they don’t need anymore, and the buyers to get it for a lower price than in a store. Plus, you could find something rare or original, a small treasure which couldn’t be found anywhere else.

Stop overconsumption and go for second-hand shopping in Barcelona flea markets!

Clothes, dolls, books, movies, decorations… any item you can think of can be found.

Flea Markets Barcelona

Flea Markets in Barcelona


Fleadonia Markets

On Plaça de Salvador Segui in el Raval, Fleadonia takes place on the first Sunday and the third Saturday of every month from 11 am to 19 pm or 20 pm in May, June, July, August and September. It is organized by the Associació Cultural Freedonia. The next ones will fall the 1st of November, the 14th of November, and the 6 of December.

Different activities are organized every time, for example, on Sunday the 1st of November at noon, you are invited to take a yoga class with the Asociación Yoga en la vida cotidiana for free.

El Flea

Flea markets

On the second and third Sunday of every month, the Associació de Mercat de Segona organizes El Flea, another flea market on Plaça Blanquerna. This one too is open from 11 am to 19 pm and 20pm from May to September.

The next ones will take place the 8th of November, the 15 of November, and the 13th of December.


To take part as a seller, you have to book a pitch at least sixteen days before the event. A pitch costs between 20 and 30 euros, depending on the date and whether you need to rent a table or not.

For more information about El Flea or Fleadonia, you can visit the official website.

Many other flea markets exist in Barcelona, such as:

Encants Barcelona: This one is a regular covered market, open every day, but you can also find old items for good prices. Avinguda Meridiana, 69.

Two Markets: in this market, everything cost only 1 euro. Carrer de Zamora, 78.

On the garage: on the third weekend of every month. Ovella Negra de Poble Nou.

Lost and found: only four times a year on the Plaça del Mar

El Rastro de la Virgen: on the first Sunday of every month in Carrer de la Verge

De Mano en Mano: a wandering second-hand market, every month in a new location in Barcelona