We propose 8 plans for the weekend
Our pick of the best activities to enjoy your weekend safely
Barcelona. July 31st and August 1st
Enjoy the hipsterest market in Poblenou, which will have two time slots for visitors to avoid large crowds. As always, there will be designers and creators showing their pieces, live music bands and the best food to enjoy this summer weekend.
Ordal Peach Market
Sant Pau d'Ordal. Every weekend this summer
Sant Pau d'Ordal is once again holding the Ordal Peach Market on weekends in July and August. Farmers will offer freshly harvested fruit, but there will also be stalls with other products, such as olive oil, jams and wines and champagnes that can be purchased directly from those who make them.
Festival of Sant Feliu de Guíxols
Sant Feliu de Guíxols. Fins al 4 d'agost
Sant Feliu de Guíxols will hold all kinds of activities designed for all audiences this weekend as part of its festival. There will be concerts -Pablo Alborán, Buhos or Doctor Prats-, fireworks, sardana dancing, sports activities and children's concerts, as well as other activities that you can read about here.
Torelló town festival
Torelló. Until August 1st
Torelló's festivals are coming to an end. This weekend it will hold a range of activities for all ages: there will be concerts, sardanas, traditional giants' dance, theatrical performances and drums, among others. You can check the programme of activities here
Barcelona. Until August 8
In 2009, theatre company Parking Shakespeare started the tradition of filling the Estació del Nord Park with theatre. It is now an unmissable event in Barcelona's summer theatre scene, as it combines artistic quality and proximity. This year they return with A Midsummer Night's Dream from the middle of July until August. You can buy tickets here.
L'Escala. 31st July
This Saturday Empúries will hold the sixth edition of this event dedicated to families and history that provides a wide range of historical, cultural, musical and gastronomic activities. You have more information and you can buy tickets here.
Until the 1st of August
The 29th edition of Dansàneu festival arrives will see dance, music and heritage combine as part of the Festival of Cultures of the Pyrenees. The organization's aim is to offer unique proposals with the aim of supporting the area's artists and creators, as well as giving value to the natural and artistic heritage of Àneu.
Torredembarra. From 30 July to 1 August
This weekend will see a new edition of the Pleniluni Circus, the circus festival that fills the streets of Torredembarra with circus, music, acrobatics and lots of fun. All the shows are free, but you have to book in advance by sending an email to email@example.com.