It is not Passeig de Gràcia or Pedralbes. The street with the highest price per square meter in Barcelona is located in Diagonal Mar and the Front Marítim.
Specifically, it is the Passeig de Garcia Fària, which runs from Parc del Fòrum to Platja de la Mar Bella. The price per square meter in this street is €10,475/m², according to Forbes magazine. It is the third most expensive in the whole state.
The buildings on this one and a half kilometer Barcelona boulevard are, for the most part, newly built and form residential complexes with splendid common spaces and green areas. They enjoy panoramic views of Barcelona beach.
In fact, Diagonal Mar would be the neighborhood with luxury homes whose price per square meter is highest (€7,523/m²), even ahead of Pedralbes (€6,406/m²). It is followed by La Dreta de l’Eixample (€6,267/m²) and Sarrià (€5,924/m²).
This is recorded in the report “The luxury housing market in Spain in 2023” by Hiscox, which describes other areas in Catalonia that stand out for their luxury homes.
This is the case of Vinyet Terramar, in Sitges, where the price of housing reaches €5,216/m². Castelldefels also houses other luxury homes with multimillion-dollar prices; in particular, the area of La Pineda (€5,045/m²) and Gavá Mar (€5,010/m²).
In front of Passeig de Garcia Fària there are two streets with the price per square meter even higher, according to the same Forbes ranking.
The first of them is the Camí del Monument na Burguesa in the Gènova neighborhood in Palma. With a large percentage of the foreign population, the square meter on this street is worth €13,451.
The second most expensive street in the country is Zubieta Kalea, the promenade on Kontxa beach, in Donostia. The square meter is worth €11,282. And it is no wonder: the beach, in the urban center of the city, is a treasure in the Iberian geography.