Provençals de Poblenou

Provençals de Poblenou

From the calmness of its environment, the authenticity of the tradition and the memories of the city emerges the district of Provençals de Poblenou, a former industrial quarter and one of the last untouched parts of the city within walking distance to the beach. This tranquil and spacious neighborhood is the perfect place to get lost in. You’ll find dozens of art workshops, urban gardens, old factories, and warehouses. Check out Can Ricart, El Hangar, and L’Escocesa; these are just a few examples of the jewels of the district. The beautiful Parc del Centre del Poblenou designed by Jean Nouvel is a large green spot of the area. This place is for Barcelona what is Meatpacking district for Manhattan. If you ask us, now is the time to make it your neighborhood!


Revitalized post-industrial neighborhood.


Working people who have lived in the neighborhood since always. Artists and creatives.


Working and quiet neighborhood that keeps traditional jobs next to a modernized context. It is the perfect place to lose yourself through its old factories reconverted in creative spaces, appreciate the tradition and history of the neighborhood and enjoy the versatility of the area.


Near the beach. Between Poblenou and Glòries.


Metro: Selva de Mar L4 (yellow) / Tram: T4, T5, T6 / Bus: H16, H14, V17, B20, B25, 36


Old factories and colonies reconverted into creative spaces and coworking spaces. The contemporaneity of a re-borned neighborhood. Hangar, Espai Utopia 126 (both creative spaces and cultural centers) and La Bodega (a typycal bar). Refresh in Jean Nouvel park.