Villas in Barcelona

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Most popular Villas in Barcelona

Villa for 9 people
19 reviews
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£283per night
Villa for 9 people
9 pers., 3 bedrooms, 120m², 2.4km to the beach
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£256per night
Villa for 18 people, with pool
2 reviews
Horta-Guinardó, Barcelona
£1,306per night
Villa for 14 people, with balcony and pool
Sant Andreu de Palomar, Barcelona
£1,066per night
Villa for 7 people, with balcony
90 reviews
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£112per night
Villa for 4 people
507 reviews
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£205per night
Villa for 7 people
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£320per night
Villa for 8 people, with balcony
1 review
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£359per night
Manor for 7 people
7 pers., 3 bedrooms, 2.2km to the beach
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£128per night
Villa for 6 people
Pedralbes, Barcelona
£292per night
Villa for 12 people, with garden and pool
8 reviews
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£345per night
Villa for 4 people, with pool and balcony
4 pers., 2 bedrooms, 2.1km to the beach
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£158per night
Villa for 12 people, with pool and garden
12 pers., 4 bedrooms, 500m², 4.8km to the beach
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£792per night
Villa for 8 people, with garden
48 reviews
Sarrià - Sant Gervasi, Barcelona
£98per night
Villa for 10 people, with garden and pool as well as hot tub
Sarrià - Sant Gervasi, Barcelona
£374per night
Villa for 6 people, with balcony and balcony/terrace as well as pool
6 pers., 2 bedrooms, 133m², 900m to the beach
Barcelona, Barcelona Province
£184per night
Villa for 5 people, with balcony/terrace and balcony
5 pers., 2 bedrooms, 3.9km to the beach
30 reviews
Gracia, Barcelona
£76per night
Villa for 18 people, with hot tub and garden as well as pool
18 pers., 8 bedrooms, 550m², 4.8km to the beach
20 reviews
Horta-Guinardó, Barcelona
£1,235per night
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Highlights in Barcelona

  • Traditions and festivals
  • International culinary scene
  • Cultural routes
  • Gaudí’s legacy
  • La Boqueria

Most popular amenities for Villas in Barcelona

Internet 2,954
Pet allowed 399
Balcony/Terrace 1,913
TV 2,850
Air condition 2,757
Parking 811
Washing machine 2,758
Heating 2,342
Elevator 2,305

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Villas in Barcelona

Splendid villas by the sea

Barcelona has a long coastline full of beautiful villages where you will find the best villas overlooking the Mediterranean. Sitges is a coastal town near Barcelona with exclusive villas by the sea. In Castelldefels, less than 15 min from Barcelona centre, you can rent luxury villas in quiet residential areas. In the city you can also enjoy a stay in a villa in the area of Collserola or the elegant neighbourhood of Pedralbes. A villa in Barcelona is the perfect base to discover the surrounding towns and villages along the coast and inland.

Fantastic villas with all the amenities

Mediterranean architecture in modern and renovated villas. Find a unique villa to enjoy the great atmosphere of the city, the beaches and the mountain. Enjoy the comfort of spacious bedrooms, large common areas, lovely patios, terraces, manicured gardens and private pools. As Barcelona is an all year round destination, villas are equipped with A/C as well as lovely fireplaces to keep you warm and cosy during colder months. Ideal villas for families, friends and couples who wish to stay close to the heart of a vibrant, multicultural and unique city.

Travellers and activities

Barcelona for culture lovers

Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city with an endless cultural offer. Those interested in art have got plenty of museums including MACBA, The Pablo Picasso Museum, The Design Museum of Barcelona or the National Art Museum (MNAC). Art lovers flock here every year to enjoy exhibitions, art galleries and some of the best routes inspired by renowned artists. Discover the Roman route along the Gothic Quarter, the Medieval Route along Ciutat Vella or the Modernist Route of the Eixample. Enjoy the architectural wonders with wavy and inspirational features by the unique Gaudí. Visit Casa Batlló, La Pedrera, El Parc Güell and his biggest creation: the Sagrada Familia.

Barcelona for festival lovers

Barcelona celebrates many festivals worth enjoying. The day of the book and the rose on the 23rd of April fills up the streets and Las Ramblas with stalls of books and colourful roses and authors signing their creations. Les Festes de la Mercè, on the week of the 24th of September, is a huge festival with concerts and cultural events for a whole weekend. The Festa Major de Gràcia in August features street parades and large processions in a festive and lively atmosphere in this bohemian neighbourhood where locals and tourists mingle together. The Sonar or the Barcelona Beach Festival are music festivals enjoyed by people from all over Europe. What is the next festival you will attend?

Did you know Barcelona is home to the first beach ice bar in the world?

Top 7 travel tips in Barcelona

1. Visit the impressive temple of La Sagrada Família

Antoni Gaudí was one of the artists that left an excellent legacy in Barcelona. One of its remarkable creations is the basilica of La Sagrada Família. Although this temple was not finished by the time he passed away, the construction of the remaining towers and extensions is still undergoing until it will be completed by 2026. Visit this impressive building in the heart of Barcelona and admire the interiors and climb up the stairs of the towering spires.

2. Discover La Boqueria

Locals go shopping and find the best fresh fruits and veggies, confectionery, fish and meats in la Boqueria, a vast market in Las Ramblas. Over the years, the market has become a tourist attraction. Foodies will enjoy walking around the stalls and admiring or buying this fabulous produce. Experience the busy activity going on in the market daily as locals do their shopping.

3. Tibidabo and Collserola: fun and snacks with a view

Atop Sierra de Collserola there is the legendary Tibidabo amusement Park. Fantastic rides, a 4D cinema and the CreaTibi educational space divided in two parts. The first one is CreaTibi LEGO® , where kids from 3 to 12 can learn and play with Lego parts and the second one, CreaTibi Robotics, it’s an educational space with activities with robotic platforms. A fabulous day out with the best views of the city and the Natural Park of Collserola as you have a nibble at the stall by the viewpoint or enjoy a meal at the restaurant El Club dels aventurers.

4. Live the Barcelona Football Club Experience

FCB, one of the top football clubs offers a complete experience for you to enjoy with your friends or your family. You can feel like a Barça player in the stadium where big games happen. Get a pack with the Camp Nou tour, a Virtual Experience and a visit to the Barça Museum with the story and trophies gathered over the years. To feel the strength of their colours, go to one of the matches and feel the vibrant atmosphere on a match day. As they say, Football Club Barcelona is more than a club.

5. Visit the Palau de la Música catalana

This contemporary turn-of-the-century concert hall built was built for the Orfeó Català. Wealthy investors helped a generation of artists by building them this incredible venue where the most varied events take place throughout the year. Enjoy symphonies, operas and folk music in a sublime UNESCO listed building. Check the calendar of events when you are in Barcelona!

6. Sublime bites to raise your taste buds

The culinary scene in Barcelona embraces most of the international cuisines in unique settings. Around the Born neighbourhood you can enjoy varied and tasty tapas in a lively and young atmosphere. Japanese and Asian-style restaurants are growing in popularity. Try the Japanese-Brazilian fusion of Ikibana or the Chinese recipes at Out of China. For an international experience, Nuba's gastronomic offer is synonymous with quality, variety and creativity. Fancy some Mediterranean recipes? Try some specialties at Casa Carmen, taste the delicious Moritz menu or head to El Nacional and choose from the different gastronomic spaces serving shellfish, sushi, and tapas including Iberian ham, Spanish tortilla, and tomato bread. A mouthwatering scene waiting for you to enjoy it. Come and have a feast!

7. Stroll along Las Ramblas

One of the emblematic boulevards in Barcelona is that of Las Ramblas. Lining both sides you find several restaurants, little shops, cafes and in the centre, little booths and kiosks as well as street actors performing or just standing still. From Plaça Catalunya to the Colon Statue, you will enjoy this long and charismatic boulevard.

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