The Ultimate Barcelona Outlet Shopping List
Do you love buying clothes at bargain prices? Can you imagine being able to go outlet shopping in Barcelona during your vacation? Shopping has become one of the top leisure activities to enjoy when traveling: it’s fun, it’s different from what you can find at home and it’s often cheaper…
Specially if you are traveling during the sale season or if you can find a discounted store! But how? Outlets aren’t usually right there in the main shopping street, so unless you do some research it’s hard to find out where they are…
Plus they sometimes don’t even use the same name of the bran you are looking for. But never mind: we got you covered. Discover in today’s post where are the best designer outlets in Barcelona. Want to come on a shopping tour?
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Zara is probably the most famous Spanish brand for clothes, belonging to the Inditex Group created by one of the richest men in the world: Amancio Ortega, who started out as a humble tailor in Galicia where he was born. Lefties is the name of the shop that started out as the Zara outlet, and after its success, the Inditex group decided to change its strategy and transform Lefties into a low cost brand.
So I should say it’s not exactly a Zara outlet anymore but the place to find very low cost clothes made by the Zara group . There are several shops in Barcelona, but the most central one is located at the corner of Pelai street with Plaça Universitat. And there is another (smaller) one in the Maremagnum mall in the port, besides a couple of other shops in shopping malls of perimeter districts of the city.
BTW, did you know that Zara has also a Home line? Their outlet is inside the Zara shop on Rambla Catalunya 71. And did you know Massimo Dutti is the upscale brand of Zara? To get to their outlet you’ll need to drive, though: there is one in Palafolls (1 hour drive) and another in Llagostera, just a bit further and perfect if you are staying in the Costa Brava.
Mango is a very famous Spanish brand with lots of shops all over the city: probably the toughest competition to Zara, but with less basic (or a slightly better quality) designs. Its outlet shop is is called Mango-2, and it’s located in Girona street very close to Plaça Tetuan: it’s just a longish walk from the city center, but its super easy to get there.
Or if you prefer, it’s also a couple of blocks from the Tetuan (L2, purple line) and Girona (L4, yellow line) subway stations. You can find there clothes and accessories of the current season at 50% discounts, as well as designed from past seasons at 85% discount. There’s also a section with seasonal clothes with imperfections. It’s a quite large store, so plan lots of time for shopping and trying clothes on.
Desigual is a urban Spanish brand, more expensive than Zara and Mango characterized by their very colorful and slightly wild designs. The opening of its outlet in Barcelona was eagerly awaited. It’s called Alma-Zen (a Spanish word joke that would translate as Warehou-Se as well as Zen-Soul), and you’ll find it in 323, Diputació street – very centrally located and close to the Mango-2 store we mentioned before (easy to do both in the same shopping trip!).
But contrarily to Mango-2 which is sort of a mess and the shop lacks of any charm, at Alma-Zen they’ve taken care of the image of the shop, that doesn’t feel like the average outlet store even if it still reminds you of a (trendy) warehouse – remember what the name of the shop means? They have clothes for women, men and children.
Heron City Outlet
Heron City is a shopping mall located in the Sant Andreu district, a bit out of the way if you are staying in the city center, but totally worth the 20 minute subway ride to Fabra i Puig plus the 10 minute walk from there to the mall: There are more than 40 shops that offer a wide variety of clothes, shoes and accessories at cheap prices, either it is outlet or discounted seasonal products.
You can also get there by Rodalies train (R4 and R3 to Sant Andreu Arenal, then a 5 minutes walk), but getting oriented in the suburban train stations can be quite confusing – subway is easier if you aren’t used to them. By the way, once you are there you can stay for lunch at one of their fast food restaurants or go to the movies at the Cinesa theater (to practice your Spanish, as movies are all dubbed).
Corte Inglés Outlet
Corte Inglés is the biggest department store chain in Spain and its outlet is called Centro de Oportunidades (Opportunity center). Their old ones in Rambla del Poble Nou and Travessera de les Corts have been closed and move to a larger one on Avda. Meridiana, 350-358, easily reachable by subway on the L1 red line getting off at Fabra i Puig (or even faster if you dare navigating the suburban trains: Sant Andreu Arenal, R3 & R4 from Plaça Catalunya).
The Corte Inglés outlet is a great opportunity to find clothes for all the family at really low prices, as well as products from all their other sections: food and wine, electronics, home decor, kitchen hardware, sports, books and music…
AND BONUS! This is the largest Barcelona outlet mall:
La Roca Village
This outdoors outlet shopping mall is located at 40km from Barcelona, in the town of La Roca del Vallès. it is designed to look like a little village where each house is a shop from some fancy brand: Adolfo Dominguez, Bimba y Lola, Calvin Klein, North face and many more.
And bonus: the Nike outlet store is right next to it, too! There is a direct bus departing every hour from the city center: the price might look expensive but it includes free wifi and a 10% discount card for your purchases at the Village, so the investment is quickly paid off.
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Barcelonas Best Designer Outlet Stores
The beauty of Barcelona is only beaten by its people. They have a certain energy that makes the place all the more colorful. And that’s saying something considering the city itself is already looks like a rainbow, particularly compared to other major cities of its kind. The people here are passionate and have a zest for life. They love living to the fullest and embracing what life has to or has already given them. And they’re quite fashionable too. Barcelonians certainly have their styles down pat. How so? Probably with the help of their great designer outlet stores.
Dolce Vita Outlet
When you hear the words “Dolce Vita,” Italy will always come to mind. It’s a saying—practically a lifestyle—that they’ve embraced over there for decades. But what does that have anything to do with Barcelona? Well, along Carrer de la Diputació is a designer outlet store that bears these same words. Set up like an old-fashioned boutique, Dolce Vita sells pieces from your favorite Italian brands. Dolce & Gabbana, Roberto Cavalli, Versace, and more are all sold here, most at lower prices. Some pieces here might even be vintage finds that you won’t see anywhere else!
La Roca Village
It seems that just about every fashionable city in Europe has its own outlet village. An entire town devoted to discount shopping for the finest designer goodies and luxury finds. Barcelona is no different. Though theirs is technically outside the city center—and you’ll need to rent a car or ride a bus to get there—La Roca Village is often considered as one of the Catalan capital’s best shopping districts. And you wouldn’t argue about that when you see the great deals offered here! Low prices from the likes of Michael Kors, Gucci, Sandro, and more are all up for grabs here.
No, this isn’t a place exclusively for left-handed people. ‘Lefties’ is one of Barcelona’s most prominent outlet stores. The name is a play on “leftovers,” particularly from Spain’s most beloved brands that make up most of the pieces here. It started out as an outlet for Zara, but through time, they’ve come to sell other high-street labels such as Mango, Bershka, Pull & Bear, and more. And yet, even when most of the stuff here are leftovers, the quality in them remains completely intact. And don’t worry about finding it, there’s a lot of branches throughout the city!
Speaking of high-street brands, there’s another outlet store over by Avenue Rio de Janeiro that also sells them at lower prices. It’s SOM Multiespai and it’s become one of the city’s most-visited shopping havens. This comes as no surprise as it’s quite easy to get to. You’ll only need to take the L1, L4, and L5 trains on the metro and you’ll get here instantly. And compared to Lefties, the pieces are slightly newer and more up-to-date. They’re not exactly “leftovers,” but rather off-season. Many of which are still trendy enough to make it look like they’re from the latest collections!
The Outlet Born!
Barcelona’s El Born neighborhood isn’t exactly a place you’d associated with luxury shopping. You’d more likely buy souvenirs here than high fashion items. But not if you stumble across The Outlet! store. Along Carrer del Bonaire, which is easy to get to via a taxi, this hidden gem of an outlet stores offers great deals on some of fashion’s most beloved brands. Some of them have even closed down, making the pieces all the more desirable. Here, you could get discounted prices on items from Gianfranco Ferre, Deisel, Gucci, and more!
Viladecans The Style Outlets
You’ll have to rent a car to get to the Can’Alemany de Viladecans. It’s along the C-32 motorway. But why would you need to go here in the first place? You would if you want to get great designer pieces at discounted prices. The recently opened Viladecans The Style Outlets mall houses some of the world’s favorite designers, selling their pieces at great deals. The likes of Moschino, Tommy Hilfiger, Chloe, and more are all on offer here and made more affordable. You’d feel as if you have a million bucks with how much you can spend here without going bankrupt yourself!
Barcelona isn’t just full of beautiful monuments and beautiful people. It’s also filled with beautiful fashions and luxury items. But perhaps the most beautiful part about them is that they’re more affordable in various designer outlet stores throughout the city.
Now, if you want a beautiful Barcelona luxury apartment for your stay in the Catalan capital, don’t you worry! The city has tons of them, each ready to welcome visitors to help them enjoy the place!
The best outlets in Barcelona and surroundings
Shopping in Barcelona is one of the most popular ways to enjoy your time in the Catalan capital. Absolutely iconic shopping streets in this regard, such as Paseo de Gracia or
Avenida del Portal de l’Angel attract both residents of Barcelona and residents of other nearby cities, not to mention the motley crowd of tourists, which in the city are always slightly more than
a lot of.
However, not all of us can afford to shop at certain high-end stores. For this reason edition Metropoli amounted to
a list of the best outlets in Barcelona and its surroundings, where you can buy things from the best brands at very attractive prices.
La Roca Village is an excellent outlet located just 30 minutes from Barcelona. This
the most demanded by residents and tourists shopping center with discounts. Every hour, express buses start from Barcelona to Roca Village – from morning to evening, seven days a week. It’s open
multi-brand outlet, where you can find offers from more than 150 fashion brands.
La Roca Village has pedestrian streets where you can walk and enjoy the day besides shopping. Another of its main characteristics is that it has various
opportunities for full customer service.
They have an exclusive distance selling service (virtual shopping), image consulting, virtual queue (a service that allows you to walk around the village until you get
access to the shop) and a wide gastronomic offer in cafes and restaurants.
Among the points of sale there are brands of all kinds, from small to luxury brands, sportswear, accessories, perfumes or gourmet goods: there is a place for all tastes and
El Corte Inglés is one of the most famous shopping centers in Spain. There are two of them in Barcelona: on Diagonal and on Plaza Catalunya.
The mall has plenty of luxury stores, but El Corte Inglés Outlet is where you can find everything from old collections from brands like Polo Ralph Lauren, Tommy Hilfiger and Superdry.
Fortunately, there are several outlets in Barcelona and the surrounding area: Avenida Meridiana 350 – 358 / Paseo de Andreu Nin 51 / Paseo del Vint-i-dos de juliol (Terrassa).
Terrassa has a large entertainment complex Parc Vallès . This is a space where there are shops, restaurants and cinemas. Despite the fact that not all stores are trading
points, there are many of them, and they are the main characters.
Brands like Nike, Mango or Casas offer exclusive discounts at Parc Vallès.
Park Valles is a 30-minute drive. To get there by public transport, it is best to take the train to Terrassa. Various buses run from there, for example, the 7th route, which
take you to the mall.
Viladecans The Style Outlets is a great bargain outlet store destination in Baix Llobregat. There are many references to sports here, from the most recognizable Adidas and
Nike to Le Coq Sportif and Salewa, and the first Converse store stands out.
In total, up to 55 stores are open there, representing 80% of the operating area, with an offer less focused on luxury and high fashion, but rather gravitating towards more popular
brands. The center is located at Carretera de la Vila, 90.
In the heart of Born is an “unexpected” store that surprises many tourists and locals
residents walking around the area. This is The Outlet! , a store that departs from the concept of previous large stores.
Here you will find first-class brands and clothing from Italian and Spanish brands.
Address: Calle de Bonaire, building 5.
At 243 Calle de Mallorca, there is another similar store called The Outlet Barcelona .
Som Multiespai is a shopping center in Barcelona, formerly known as Heron City. It is not intended exclusively for the outlet format, but its discount stores
noteworthy, such as Desigual, Lefties or Querol .
In addition, there is a children’s playground, cinemas and a wide gastronomic offer. It is located next to El Corte Inglés Can Dragó Outlet.
In addition to multi-brand stores, big brands also have stores in and around the Catalan capital that sell products from other seasons at great prices.
Mango Outlet : Mango has an excellent outlet at Palau Solità i Plegamans. There are two more in the city center: one each at 39 Girona Street, and on Viladomat street, 169.
Desigual Outlet : In addition to the big outlet stores, Desigual has a big discount store at 323 Calle de Diputación.
Boboli Outlet : Boboli, one of the most popular children’s and children’s clothing stores, also has outlets in Barcelona. One of them is at number 625 on Valencia street,
and the other at number 64 Casp Street.
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La Roca Village and others nearby, how to get there
Outlets in Barcelona offer the opportunity to find stunning discounts on everything from luxury high fashion and accessories to electronics, tools and other goods. In these places you can find clothes, bags, jewelry, household items and more at prices up to 70% of the manufacturers’ suggested retail price. Most of the goods in such boutiques are brand new, you just buy them at great prices. If you want to indulge in some fashion shopping without spending a fortune, these are the places to look. The list below will help you familiarize yourself with some of the most popular outlet stores in Barcelona.
Outlet in Barcelona. Image for illustrative purposes. Photo: lavanguardia.com
La Roca Village
This is the largest outlet center in Barcelona. La Roca Village offers a choice of over 100 upscale and luxurious shops. Discounts on goods can reach up to 60%. The mall is open on Sundays, which is highly unusual for shops in Barcelona. Here you will find brands such as Karen Millen, Asics, Hugo Boss, The North Face, Tumi, Timberland, Pinco, Zadig & Voltaire, Zwilling, Hackett, Furla and many more. This shopping “village” has become a destination for fashion lovers visiting this city.
Outlet La Roca is not located in Barcelona itself, but not far from it. By car, it is about 40 minutes northeast of the city center.
- Location: La Roca Village, 08430 Santa Añes de Malañanes, Barcelona, Spain
- Open: daily from 10 am to 10 pm
- Phone: +34 938 42 39 39
Viladecans The Style Outlets
Viladecans The Style Outlets offers a unique shopping experience with a wide selection of brands, restaurants and services. It is located in the large town of Viladecans, about 15 km southwest of Barcelona, between Sant Boi de Llobregat and Sant Clement de Llobregat. It is only 20 minutes by train from Barcelona. Here you will find about 130 shops and services set among stylish landscaped gardens and fountains. There you can buy goods of different categories, from clothing to electronics and household products.
With free Wi-Fi and 1,700 parking spaces, you won’t have any trouble finding a place for your car. There are restaurants on the territory of the shopping center that serve dishes, including takeaway.
- Address: 08840 Viladecans, Barcelona, Spain, Calle de la Vila, 90
- Open: Monday to Saturday from 10 am to 10 pm (closed on Sundays)
- Phone: +34 933 93 70 33
SOM Multiespai is an outlet mall offering everything from high fashion to casual wear. It is easily accessible by many public transport routes. Among the many shops here you will find food, household goods, household appliances, clothes, shoes, perfumes, as well as health and beauty products. You’ll also find esports entertainment venues, restaurants, and a cinema that shows popular movies.
Among the stores you will find here are: Lefties, Belros, Mercadona, Beauty Nails, Marco Aldany, Home & Cook and others. Restaurants include everything from Sushiko to Foster’s Hollywood to La Tagliatella and more. And all this – in the city center.
- Location: Avinguda de Rio de Janeiro, 42, 08016 Barcelona, Spain
- Open: Sunday to Thursday from 7 am to 1 am, Friday to Saturday from 7 am to 3 am
- Phone: +34 932 76 50 70
Lefties sells its own collections of fashion brands at discount prices, as well as products from other well-known brands at deep discounts. Originally opened in 2008 as a Zara outlet, Lefties acquired it and today sells its own collections at a deep discount. The name “Lefties” comes from the English word for “leftovers” and in addition to its own brand of factory goods, it sells discounted goods from TRF, Oysho, Mango, Pull & Bear and Bershka. This stock center is located in the heart of the city, so it is easy to get to.
- Address: C. de Pelai, 2-4, 08001 Barcelona, Spain
- Phone: +34 933 17 50 70
The Outlet Born!
Outlet Born! strives to maintain its image of a store that offers only the best brands of clothing for men and women with the highest quality workmanship. Here you will find the most famous brands from Spanish, Italian and other world designers at very low prices. If you’re looking for haute couture and high-end casual wear, you’ll find brands like Cavalli, D&G, Zona Brera, Olyo, Diesel, Patricia, Fibercamisa, Gianfranco Ferre, Ritchie and many more.
Unlike many outlets, this is not a large shopping center, but rather a separate store, more like an outlet department store than a traditional big mall. It is located in the very center of Barcelona.
- Location: C/de Mallorca, 243, Local 2, 08008 Barcelona, Spain
- Open: Monday-Saturday from 10:30 to 20:30, Sunday from noon to 20:00.
- Phone: +34 932 72 26 93
Other outlets to look out for
Outlets are not usually located directly on the main shopping street, so unless you first research their location, it can be difficult to find out where they are. Apart from the ones mentioned above, where are the best designer outlets in Barcelona? Here is a list of interesting places.
Zara is probably the most famous Spanish clothing brand, owned by the Inditex group created by one of the richest men in the world: Amancio Ortega, who started out as a modest tailor in Galicia, where he was born. Their outlet is located in the store at Rambla Catalunya 71, 2
Mango is a very famous Spanish brand with many shops all over the city: perhaps the toughest competitor for Zara, but according to some, with slightly better quality and design. Their outlet store is called Mango-2 and it is located on Girona Street, very close to Tetouan Square.
If we take the “subway” as a landmark, then it is located a couple of blocks from the metro stations Tetuan (L2, purple line) and Girona (L4, yellow line). There you can find clothes and accessories of the current season with discounts of up to 50%, as well as models of past seasons with discounts of up to 85%. This is a fairly large store, so plan ahead to spend a lot of time there shopping and trying on clothes.
Desigual is an urban Spanish brand, more expensive than Zara and Mango, with a very bright and slightly outrageous design. The opening of their outlet in Barcelona was eagerly awaited and today you will find it at 323 Diputazio Street. It is located in the very center of the city, not far from the Mango-2 store we mentioned earlier (both stores are easy to find).
But unlike Mango-2, where there is chaos and the store lacks charm, Alma-Zen has taken care of the image of the store, which does not look like an ordinary outlet. The range includes clothing for women, men and children.
Heron City Outlet
Heron City is a shopping center located in the Sant Andreu area, a little outside the city centre. But it’s well worth the 20-minute metro ride from the center to Fabra y Puig, and then a 10-minute walk to the shopping center itself, which has over 40 shops offering a wide range of goods, incl. good selection of clothes, shoes and accessories at low prices.
You can also get there by the Rodalies train (R4 and R3 to Sant Andreu Arenal, then 5 minutes on foot), but navigating the suburban train stations can be quite difficult – the metro is easier in this regard. By the way, once there, you can stay for lunch at one of the fast food restaurants or go to the movies at the Cinesa cinema.
Corte Inglés Outlet
Corte Inglés is the largest department store chain in Spain and its discount outlet is called the Centro de Oportunidades (Center of Opportunities). Their old outlets on Rambla del Poble Nou and Travessera de les Corts have been closed and moved to a larger outlet on Avda. Calle Meridiana, 350-358, is easily accessible by metro on the red line L1, getting off at Fabra y Puig (or even faster if you decide to take the suburban trains: Sant Andreu Arenal, R3 and R4 from Plaza Catalunya) .
The Corte Inglés outlet is a great opportunity to find clothes for the whole family at really low prices. In addition, you will also find products from other categories there, such as food and wine, electronics, home decor, kitchen equipment, sports goods, books and music products.
There are three shops in Barcelona with these signs. One is located at 21 Tallers Street, another at 15 Kanuda Street and another one at 5-bis Durand-y-Bas Street. They have clothes, shoes and accessories for both men and women. They usually do over 70% off except for discounts that make special prices even lower.
The clothes they buy in bulk come from collections from past seasons. The following brands are represented there: Just Cavalli, Dsquared, Dolce & Gabbana, D&G, Bikkembergs, Diesel, Fornarina, Miss Sixty, Liu-jo, Release, Energie, Nolita, Rare, Galliano.
The Number One outlet chain has three stores in Barcelona. One at 284 Aragon Street, another at 6 Conte Salvatierra Street and another one at 8 University Square. swimwear and sportswear. They usually offer discounts of 50% to 60%, although during sales, the discount can be as high as 90%. In addition, there are also fixed prices of 9, 19 and 29 euros. Brands represented: Pepe Jeans London, Kaporal, Fornarina, Ralph Lauren, Sita Murt, Pinko, Met, Diesel, Miss Sixty, Nolita, Levis, Paul Frank, Calvin Klein.
There are several Montana outlets in Barcelona. At 41 Girona Street, 58 Rec Street, 58 Calve Street, 84 Street Balmes and 460 Avenue Diagonal. In addition, there is a Los Outlets outlet, as everything that is not sold in other stores, goes to the local shop at 84 Rue Sant Gervasi de Cassol. Prices are really low there. Its peculiarity is that all the clothes that are offered there come from the showrooms of the showrooms of the brands. Usually they give a 50% discount, although during the sales season the discount can reach 70%-80%. There you will find products from Diesel, Miss Sixty, Replay, Aeronautica Militare, Pepe Jeans, Tommy Hilfiger, Fornarina, Met, Custo Barcelona, Scotch & Soda.
The Gallery Outlet
The Gallery Outlet is located at 65 Rue Balmes. Here you can find clothes, shoes and accessories of various brands for both men and women. Products are discounted from 40% to 60%. Brands on sale: Hunter, Marc Jacobs, Ash, Goorin Bros, Ugg, Lili Mill, Diadora, Nike, Toms, Gas, Scotch and Soda, Bellerose, Adidas, Fred Perry, Puma, Levis, Le Coq Sportif, American Vintage, Essential, French Connection.
The +DConti outlet is located at 57 Aribau Street and they receive all their receipts from the Conti stores, so the brands change depending on the season. They have discounts up to 70% on women’s, men’s and children’s clothing, shoes and accessories from the following manufacturers: Antony Morato, Pepe Jeans, Converse, G-Star, Met, Morrison.