The next best thing to making your own Christmas presents is buying handmade gifts from local artisans and makers.
If not, that's okay, we've got you covered. Each year there are many Christmas markets in Barcelona where you can buy handmade gifts and goodies. We will continue updating this list as new markets are announced!
The more well know markets of Santa Llúcia and Sagrada Familia are the best markets for Christmas decorations, trees and mistletoe. The others are selling handmade products and gifts and there's a couple second-hand markets on the list.
10 Christmas markets in Barcelona to buy handmade gifts
Handmade Design for the Holidays - The group of eight international artists at the 137° Ceramic Art Studio in Poblenou invite you to a ceramics pop-up sale from November 11th to November 15th 2019. You’ll find handmade pottery to serve your warm autumn meals and artistic ceramics to give as gifts during the holidays. Learn more >
Fira de Nadal de la Sagrada Família - Similar to the Fira de Santa Llúcia in the city center, the Sagrada Familia Christmas Market sells Christmas decorations and snacks such as roasted chestnuts and churros with hot chocolate. It's held in the park beside the basilica and takes place from November 23rd until the 23rd of December. Opening times are from 10am to 9pm. Learn more >
Fira de Santa Llúcia – The city’s official Christmas market takes place in front of the Cathedral in the Gothic Quarter with with 285 stands. This is the oldest Christmas market in Barcelona, dating back to the 18th century. You can mostly find nativity scenes and figures, trees, wreaths, and mistletoe. There are also some stalls selling handmade products and accessories, clothes, jewellery, decorative objects and gifts. The fair runs through December 23rd. Learn more >
Eva Cerámica pop-up sale - 5 ceramics artists are coming together for a holiday pop-up in Gracia, Calle Astúrias 95. From November 29th till December 1st.
Dec 7th & 8th
Todo a 1€: Christmas Market - If you're looking for some second-hand goodies for the holidays, don't miss Two Market Barcelona's Christmas Market at the Oveja Negra in Poblenou. They're on Calle Zamora 78 from 10-5 on Saturday and 10-7 on Sunday. Pay 1€ at the door to get in and 1€ for everything inside! Learn more >
BCN Makers - This winter BCN Makers reopen their doors for another pop-up market with local, handmade products. The Makers of this edition fill their stands with clothing, accessories, decorative objects, designer furniture and much more. Yes, all handmade in Barcelona. Learn more >
Dec 14th & 15th
Festivalet - Many different artists, makers and designers, from all around Europe, will meet in Festivalet to show, promote and sell their self-made, beautifully crafted products. During the past 11 editions, Festivalet stands out as one of the leading handcraft fairs in Spain and Europe. It is the perfect place to buy the most original Christmas presents directly from the creators. Learn more >
Lehmann Factory Christmas Market- This weekend the factory opens it's doors to the public, offering artisan and designer goods. You can find all kinds of products: books, jewelry, art, fashion and accessories, toys, crafts, ceramics and street food. Learn more >
Give'me 5! Christmas Market: Todo a 5€ - From 11am till 7pm on December 15th you'll find good deals at the second-hand market where everything sells for € 5 or less! Entrance is 1€. Located in the beautiful Convent de Sant Agustí in the Born district. Learn more >
The Fira de Reis - The main day for giving and receiving presents in Spain is Kings Day (dia dels Reis Mags) which is January 6th. This "Kings Fair" runs from December 21st until January 6th, selling mostly toys and gifts for children. It is located in Eixample, on Gran Via between Plaça de la Universitat and Carrer Calabria. Opening times are from 11am to 10pm. Learn more >
Estació Disseny - Local emerging designers, fashion, interior design, music, gastronomy and art all come together on December 21st and 22nd in the Estación de Francia train station. From 11am till 9pm. Learn more >