If you have been to Barcelona before, chances are you have seen the distinctive Maremagnum building. It sits jutting out into the water at the end of a wavy wooden pier. It's mirrored walls and arced roof reflect the water that surrounds it, giving it a glimmering blue glow.
|The artistic mirrored entrance to the Maremagnum centre.|
Around the edge of the building you will see people relaxing on the wooden boardwalk, basking in the sunshine and watching the boats come in and out of the port area.
This page will provide you with everything you need to know about the Maremagnum shopping and leisure centre. There is information on what shops are there, details of the cinema, restaurant listings, opening times, contact details and a location map.
|Port Vell Marina|
|Picturesque Port Vell close to the shopping centre.|
The Maremagnum centre offers two floors of shops. Here you can find them categorised into: clothing, shoes, jewellery, food, home ware, electronics, cosmetics and toys.
Bóboli (ground floor): A colourful fashion shop of children from 0 - 16 years.
Bershka (first floor): A female fashion shop for teenagers and young adults selling the latest trends.
Blanco (first floor): A shop selling girl's clothes and accessories for teenagers and young adults.
Coronel Tapioca (first floor): A fashion shop selling sports and outdoors activities clothes for males and females.
Desigual (ground floor): A popular chain store that sell distinctive bright and individual clothes for women.
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Friday's Project (first floor): A trendy store for men and women selling brands including Diesel, Abercrombie and G-Star.
H&M (first floor): Fashion store for men, women and children of all ages.
Havaianas (first floor): A store exclusively selling the popular brand on flip flops.
Ikks (ground floor): A fashion store for men, women and children with their own range of ethnic clothing.
Jack and Jones (first floor): A men's fashion shop for men between the ages of 18 - 35.
Kaotik.O (first floor): urban and retro fashion for men and women.
Lacoste (ground floor): the famous international sports and fashion brand for men and women.
Lefties (ground floor): fashion at affordable prices for men and women.
Macson (ground floor): A wide range of gentle man's fashion including suits and outdoor casual wear.
|One of the many clothes shops in the shopping mall.|
Mango (first floor): International women's fashion chain for females of all ages.
Oysho (first floor): An underwear store for woman.
Paddock Line (ground floor): A merchandise shop for motorcycle and motor racing, including sportswear.
Pimkie (first floor): A fashion store for young women in their early teens.
Pull & Bear (ground floor): A popular Spanish fashion store for men and women in their teens and twenties.
Slam (ground floor): An Italian store specialising in sailing wear for men and women.
Springfield (first floor): One of the most popular fashion brands for young men in Spain
Stradivarius (first floor): A clothing and accessories store for young women offering the latest trends.
Women's Secrets (first floor): A popular Spanish women's underwear chain.
Casas Kids (ground floor): A Spanish shoe chain - this branch specialises in shoes for children.
Querol (first floor): A men's and women's shoe store selling a variety of footwear brands.
U Casas (ground floor): A Spanish footwear chain selling popular brands for men and women including Camper, Nike and Irregular Choice.
Calzedonia (ground floor): A store specialising in socks, tights and swimwear.
Claire's Accessories (ground floor): A jewellery, make up and sunglasses store that appeals to teenage girls.
Cottet Sol (ground floor): A specialist sunglasses store offering all of the major brands.
Lollipops (ground floor): A store offering stylish and different bags and accessories.
Ona Joia (first floor): A jewellery store selling pieces from different national and international jewellery makers.
Swatch - Swarovski (ground floor): A shop selling watches and jewellery from the major watch and crystal brands.
Watx (ground floor): A store specialising in major watch brands including Diesel, Burberry and Pulsar.
Natura (ground floor): A shop selling ecological goods for the home including candles, rugs and incense.
Qdiferent (ground floor): A shop selling interesting gifts and souvenirs including teddy bears, magnets and travel books.
Sensualove (ground floor): A store selling products such as massage oils and lingerie.
Coques de Caramel (ground floor): A stand that sells the traditional Spanish coques - large sweet caramelised pastries.
Dolços Nil (ground floor): A pick n mix store selling sweets and chocolates.
Xocoa (ground floor): A chocolate shop selling a variety of quality and novelty chocolate that makes for a thoughtful gift.
Digital Dreams (ground floor): A shop selling phones, cameras and computers.
Game (ground floor): A shop specialising in renting and selling video games
Movistar (ground floor): A mobile phone shop for Movistar phones, selling different phone models and mobile phone accessories.
Orange (ground floor): A mobile phone shop for Orange phones, selling different phone models and mobile phone accessories.
Imaginarium (ground floor): A popular Spanish children's toys shop with a special focus on educational toys.
Interkits (ground floor): A toy shop specialising in model kits and puzzles.
United Labels (ground floor): A shop selling Disney, Looney Tunes, Simpsons and Hello Kitty toys.
If (first floor): A cosmetics shop selling perfumes, make up and beauty care products.
Kiko (ground floor): A store specialising in make-up.
|Wide selection of brand cosmetics available.|
Marco Aldany (ground floor): The only hairdressers in the Maremagnum. There is also the option for make-overs and sun beds.
El Chipiron de Monchos (on both the ground floor and the first floor): A restaurant specialising in seafood. The seafood is cooked in front of the customers.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 01:00
ELX Restaurante (ground floor): A restaurant specialising in Mediterranean cuisine such as paellas and seafood.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 12:00 Noon - 00:00 Midnight
Fresc Co (ground floor): A buffet style restaurant offering a salad bar plus other hot and cold foods. They also offer a take away service.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 12:30 - 01:00
Ginos (ground floor): An Italian-Mediterranean restaurant selling pastas and salads.
Monday - Sunday: 13:00 - 16:30 and 20:00 - 01:00
|Outdoor dining with a sea view at Tapa Tapa.|
Tapa Tapa (ground floor): A restaurant specialising in tapas and montaditos (mini open-sandwiches). They have a large selection of seafood and also offer paellas.
Operating hours:Monday - Sunday: 11:00 - 01:00
The Wok (ground floor): An Asian restaurant selling noodle and rice dishes.
Operating hours: Monday - Thursday: 12:30 - 23:00, Friday - Sunday: 12:30 - 00:00 Midnight
Kurz and Gut (ground floor): A German restaurant and bar offering hot dogs and hamburgers.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 12:00 Noon - 00:00 Midnight
Mc Donalds (ground floor): The famous international chain, offering hamburgers, salads and other meal deals.
Monday - Sunday: 09:00 - 01:00
Pans & Co (ground floor): A popular Spanish national sandwich chain selling hot and cold sandwiches, chips and drinks.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 09:00 - 00:00 Midnight
Buenas Migas (ground floor): An Italian café specialising in coffees, pastas, foccacias and desserts.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 11:00 - 22:00.
|Relax in an outdoor Café.|
Illy Café (ground floor): A coffee shop selling cappuccinos, crepes, cakes and pastries.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 08:30 - 21:00
Ben and Jerrys (ground floor): A famous American ice cream brand selling interesting flavours such as Chocolate Fudge Brownie and Phish Food.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 22:00
Farggi (first floor): An ice cream shop selling ice creams, crepes and waffles.
Operating hours: Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 21:00
Haagen Dazs (ground floor): Popular international ice cream brand stall.
Operating hours:Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 00:00 Midnight
In the same complex as the shopping centre you will also find the 'Cinesa' cinema. It is a modern 8 screen cinema. The cinema offers the choice of some films in 3D. Unfortunately the films shown at the cinema are dubbed into Spanish. This means that you will have to be able to speak Spanish to go to these films.
To find out what films are playing at the cinema during your visit you can check the official Cinesa website - see below.
Maremagnum Opening hours:
Monday - Sunday: 10:00 - 21:00
Contact details for the Maremagnum
Carrer Moll d'Espanya, 5
08039 Barcelona, España.
How to get to Maremagnum Centre
Metro: Drassanes (Green Line, L3) 10 minutes walk.
Metro: Barceloneta (Yellow Line, L4) 15 minutes walk.
Hop on hop off sightseeing tourist bus stop
Nearest stop for Maremagnum Centre is "Passeig de Colom" with the Barcelona City Tour "hop on hop off" sightseeing bus
Passeig Colom / Via Laietana: 59, 120, D20, H14, V13
Tel: +34 93 225 8100
Fax: +34 93 225 8096
Web: Official Maremagnum website
Location Map for Maremagnum in Barcelona
The Maremagnum is one of Barcelona's most distinctive shopping malls. Located right at the heart of the port, it is a good place to bring the family to do some shopping, grab a bite to eat or simply sit and watch the boats go by.