Selection of the best bakeries of Barcelona

Because eating good bread and pastries can change your travel we have made a selection of the best traditional bakeries in Barcelona. Like that you can improve even more your stay in Barcelona !

With this selection you will discover the best bread and pastries of Barcelona. These bakeries make themselves their product, with selected ingredients to respect the traditional recipe and offer you the best taste and flavor of the original Catalan gastronomy.



This bakery run by a Catalan and Icelandic combines the know-how to make bread and traditional pastries.
These origins explain the name of the bakery.
Hidden in the Rambla of Raval they use only organic ingredients coming from the best places of España to make they products and to guarantee their quality.
Address :
– Doctor Dou, 12 in Raval District
– Asturies, 20 in Gracia District

Near from metro station Catalunya (Red Line / L1)

Opening hours : Monday to Saturday 10:00 am to 9:30 pm.




Five generations of bakers have built the Mistral bakery in 1977 and still use traditional wood-fired ovens and plenty of organic breads.

This one is comparatively cheaper than other bakeries.
Address :
Ronda Sant Antoni, 96 – Torres i Amat, 7
Nearest metro station Universitat (Purple and Red Line / L2 – L1)

Opening hours : Monday to Saturday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm




Turris is located at Aribau District and it use only natural processes as well as natural ingredients.

It is a little bit more expensive but you pay for quality. The Shop can be full of clients.

Address :
Carrer d’Aribau, 158
Nearest metro station Diagonal (Blue and green line / L5 – L3)

Opening hours : Monday to Friday from 7:30 am to 9:00 pm and Saturday from 7:30 am to 2:30pm.




This Bakery is a classic one, a safe value to eat good catalan bread and pastries. He also made news type of bread who made is success too.

What is interesting is that they have kept the organization of yesteryear, so it’s all traditional !
Address :
Carrer de Calaf, 15

Nearest metro station Muntaner (Ferocaril de la Generalitat Catalana).

Opening hours : Monday to Saturday from 7:00 am to 8:00.





If you want to eat french Baguette and croissant, it’s the place to go !

This bakery use Catalan bread making techniques to make french style bread. Once again the shop can be full !

Address :
Baluard 38-40 Barceloneta district
Nearest metro station Barceloneta (Yellow line / L4)

Opening hours : Monday to Saturday from 8:00 am to 9:00 pm



L’Obrador del Molí

L’Obrador del Molí have 5 stores in Barcelona. Each one is lead by a member of the same family. This family have more than 200 years of experience !
They do classic bread and pastries and cakes but they also makes international breads. But always respecting the original recipe and using organic ingredients.

Address :
– Manuel de Falla, 32
Nearest metro station Maria Cristina or Les Tres Torres (Green Line / L3 – FGC)
– Republica Argentina, 177
Nearest metro station Vallcarca (Green Line / L3)
– Santaló, 66
Nearest metro station Muntaner
– Major de Sarrià, 106
Nearest metro station Reina Elisenda (FGC)
– Sant Antoni Maria Claret, 10
Nearest metro station Joanic (Yellow Line / L4)

Opening hours : Monday to Saturday from 7:00 am to 9:00 pm Sunday from 8:00 to 9:00


Obrador del Moli


This 104 years bakery is located in the famous Ramblas. It offer you range of tasty pastries. Ideal for food lovers and to buy a gift full of taste.
They also have another store in Gran Via which may be a better pit-stop if you want to escape the crowds but not to the flavour of their products.
Address :
– Rambla de les Flors, 83

Nearest metro station Liceu (Green line / L3)


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