Mercat de Sant Antoni

The Mercat de Sant Antoni, a wrought-iron building from 1882 under which Roman remains have been found, is under construction but, despite this, it’s still the neuralgic centre of the neighbourhood, more and more popular among Barcelonian people due to its gastronomic offer and its long-life neighbourhood air.

Welcome to the lively and authentic Sant Antoni market, located in the heart of Barcelona. With over 140 years of history, this market is an iconic place where locals and visitors alike immerse themselves in the essence of Catalan gastronomic culture. With its colourful stalls and vibrant atmosphere, Sant Antoni market is a must-visit destination for food and culture lovers.

The Sant Antoni market was inaugurated in 1882 and has recently been renovated to offer a modern experience without losing its traditional charm. The building stands out for its magnificent iron structure, which gives it a unique industrial feel. Upon entering, you will be greeted by a wonderful combination of smells, tastes and colours that will stimulate your senses.

This market is known for its incredible variety of fresh, local produce. Stroll through the aisles and discover a wide selection of seasonal fruits and vegetables, fresh fish, high quality meats, delicious cured meats and artisan cheeses. The friendly and knowledgeable vendors will be happy to recommend the best products and share culinary stories with you.

In addition to fresh food, the Sant Antoni market has a section dedicated to international gastronomy. Here you can find exotic products and spices that will delight the most adventurous palates. From olives and pickles to aromatic teas and coffees, every corner of the market offers a culinary surprise.

But Sant Antoni market is not just a place to buy fresh ingredients, it is also a social and cultural meeting point. Inside, you'll find bars and restaurants where you can enjoy authentic tapas and traditional Catalan dishes. Take a break and sit on a terrace to enjoy a good meal while watching the bustle of the market around you.

The market also has a space dedicated to cultural events and activities. Here you can attend art exhibitions, concerts, cooking workshops and much more. Immerse yourself in the local culture and discover Barcelona's passion for food and art.

Contact details

Carrer del Comte Urgell, 1 08011, Barcelona

Opening Hours

From Monday to Saturday from 8:00h to 20:30h

Get In Touch

Mestre Enric Morera 25, 08339 Vilassar de Dalt, Barcelona


Phone:  +34 937 53 27 08

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Phone: +34 937 53 27 08