In Girona you will find all kinds of shops, ranging from traditional stores to designer boutiques: prestigious international brands, avant-garde decoration, signature jewellery, crafts, antiques, delicatessen products and many others provide a wide variety of options that guarantee a pleasant shopping experience for one and all.
The main business district, where most of Girona's shops and leisure centres are concentrated, runs from Carrer de la Barca in the historic centre right over to Carrer Emili Grahit in the more modern part of the city.
Shops are mostly centred around Rambla Llibertat, Plaça Catalunya, and the following streets: Ultònia, Calvet i Rubalcaba, Cort Reial, Argenteria, Migdia, Ballesteries, Creu, Santa Clara, Sant Francesc, Joan Maragall, Sant Antoni M. Claret and Bisbe Lorenzana. All the city districts also have their own shops that supply local residents.
January and February
A unique opportunity to find items from the winter collections with attractive discounts.
March - April
During this period you can find typical Easter cakes in bakeries and food shops: bunyols, mones de Pasqua and tortells de Rams.
April, May and June
Shopkeepers come out into the streets and set up stalls, where they offer discounts on certain products.
Special opening hours, discounts and offers in shops, evening tastings and a window dressing and interior design competition.
July and August
Special offers and discounts on summer items.
Sant Narcís Festival
Trade fair held at the Exhibition Centre and also numerous fairs and markets take to the streets, filling the city with craftspeople, collectors…
During this period the city is adorned with Christmas lights as it hosts open-air activities, fairs and street markets as well as many wonderful surprises.
Girona hosts a wide variety of open-air fairs and markets throughout the year, adding to the attractions for visitors to this active, lively city. The annual calendar of events offers many fairs and markets: consult the dates and times and reserve a slot in your holiday schedule to enjoy a romantic shopping experience in Girona.
Open-air market held in the Devesa Park, just a stone's throw from Girona shopping district and historic centre, with some 200 stalls selling fruit, vegetables, clothes, footwear, accessories, toiletries, and many other products. The crowds that throng here every week prove that the market is one of the main attractions of the city. Tuesday and Saturday mornings.
Pont de Pedra. Every Saturday, except January, February and August. St Narcissus' Festival and Christmas holiday period.
Carrer Santa Clara. Every Saturday except July and August. St Narcissus' Festival, December break and Christmas holiday period.
Plaça Miquel Santaló. Second and fourth Friday of every month.
Rambla Llibertat. First Saturday of every month. Holy Week, St Narcissus' Festival and Christmas holiday period.
Plaça Miquel Santaló. Saturdays and Christmas holiday period.
Plaça Sant Feliu and Carrer Jaume Pons i Martí. First and second Saturday of every month.
Plaça Catalunya. Sundays and public holidays.
Rambla Llibertat. Saturdays
Carrer Mercaders and Carrer Abeuradors. Saturdays.
Rambla Llibertat and Plaça Catalunya. 23 April.
Assumpció Square (Sant Narcís). Quarterly.
Rambla Llibertat. Saturday before Palm Sunday.
Plaça Independència. St Narcissus' Festival.
Carrer Berenguer Carnicer and Avinguda Ramon Folch. St Narcissus' Festival.
Old Quarter. 1 November.
Venue: Plaça Independència Dates: Christmas holiday period Timetable: From 10 a.m.
Rambla Llibertat. Christmas holiday period.