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Take the next step to own a home in Barcelona!

Some of the benefits of living in Barcelona!
Outstanding quality of life
Strategic international location
Low maintenance costs
Sunny weather
Amazing gastronomy
Investment opportunity




The charm of this safe and central neighbourhood comes from its pedestrian-only streets and tasteful street art which creates arguably the prettiest barrio in the city.

Home to some of the oldest buildings in the city, it is not only one of the most historic areas of Barcelona but also one of its liveliest. Popular with tourists and the local international community, it’s famous for its bo-ho feel and artistic edge as well as its great tapas bars and trendy bistros.

You’ll encounter one of Barcelona’s most stunning Modernist marvels, the Palau de la Música Catalana just as you reach the top of the neighbourhood. There is also Basilica of Santa Maria del Mar and the Mercat de Sant Caterina who are also places you cannot miss in this neighbourhood.





Characterised by its grid-like layout that mirrors the elegance and sophistication of the neighbourhood.

Eixample is one of the most dynamic and comfortable areas to live in Barcelona, mainly because there is always a restaurant, shop or supermarket at walking distance.

Modernist architecture, cafés, and restaurants give the neighbourhood its vibrancy.

Famous for being one of the most dynamic shopping districts of the city, with Passeig de Gràcia, Plaça Catalunya and Diagonal Avenue having the most exclusive shops.

It combines a safe residential vibe with an exciting nightlife and thriving café culture. The area is very well connected to other parts of the city and the airport.

The Eixample is divided into two main subareas: Eixample Right and Eixample Left. However, in total, six different neighbourhoods make up for this district.



Located between the foothills of Montjuïc and the port, Poble Sec is one of the oldest neighbourhoods in Barcelona.

In recent years the area developed an artistic spirit due to the emblematic theatres and cabarets offering tons of entertainment.

Poble sec is characterized for its cultural diversity and village atmosphere, the neighbourhood is conveniently located and with easy reach to other parts of the city.

Home to some of the great old-fashioned bodegas and tapas bars with live music performances, there is an ample and varied cultural offering which has also led to new types of cuisine appearing in the neighbourhood.

Neighbour to Montjuic, there are plenty of parks and green areas nearby where you can run, ready or cycle

It´s a great neighbourhood open to those who enjoy vibrant spaces.



Located just north of Barcelona, Maresme is often overlooked by visitors but it enjoys an enviable coastal location just 15 minutes away from the city centre.

Picturesque Maresme has a welcoming microclimate with ist own prestigious wine denomination, 50 kilometres of golden, sandy beaches, 4,000 hectares of National parks as well as numerous marinas, sports clubs and golf clubs.

Gastronomy is a primary focus in the area, superb cuisine can be enjoyed in towns and villages throughout the Maresme, accompanied by the exceptional local wine.

The area has a very good range of local and international schools which have contributed to the area´s popularity and has an excellent connection to Barcelona city by road and rail, making it a perfect living location for those looking to have sandy beaches and hiking trails close by.

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