Eco-sustainable establishments

There are more and more specialised shops and stores that offer numerous alternatives to customers in Madrid to reduce their carbon and ecological footprints by selling healthy and environmentally friendly products.  Zero Waste supermarkets, second hand shops or sustainable accommodation are some of the initiatives that promote and help to improve everyday habits in the fight to save the planet and encourage eco-sustainable shopping and the zero waste movement.


  • Casa González y González
  • Casa González y González (Calle Pelayo, 68. Metro: Chueca, L5)
  • Acre (Calle Noviciado, 18. Metro: Noviciado, L2)
  • Zero Waste Mad (Calle García Paredes, 35. Metro: Iglesia, L1)
  • Gran Granel (Paseo de la Florida, 45. Metro: Príncipe Pio, L6, L10)
  • Granalia (Calle Colombia, 9,. Metro: Colombia, L8,L9)

This store, which rescues objects that have been prepared slowly and are designed to last, is located in Chueca. It stocks a careful selection of traditional products designed for everyday use at home, most of which are from European countries, but also from Japan or Korea.

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This shop brings together second-hand garments from leading labels and luxury items in the heart of Madrid.

The magic of the retro world is brought together in this store, where historic garments and second-hand and customised Levi 501 jeans can be found.

Boutique with second-hand clothes and accessories organised by decades, ranging from the 1940s to the 1980s.

The Malasaña neighbourhood boasts this firm devoted to vintage, retro and indie fashion.

Second-hand retro shop with competitive prices and committed to responsible and sustainable consumption.

Vintage sports fashion and accessories from the 1980s and 1990s with brands like Nike, Adidas or Reebok.

This second-hand vintage store with clothes from selected brands, washed and repaired by their owners, is in Calle San Marcos.

Second-hand and vintage clothes shop in Malasaña.

Establishment in Malasaña devoted to second-hand and vintage clothing.

The most original and carefully selected vintage clothes shop is at Number 2, Calle Velarde.

Second-hand and vintage clothes shop with two establishments in Madrid: Herradores, 8 and Corredera Alta de San Pablo, 2.

The first physical shop in Madrid of this popular second-hand fashion firm is in Chueca, next to the Barceló Market.


Independent fashion firm that bases its identity on the study and reformulation of hand crafted textiles.  It makes products with natural fibres and dyes, such as sustainable backpacks and other accessories.

In the Salesas neighbourhood, this store sells environmentally friendly fashion.  Its collections are made out of recycled material.

Shop selling clothes made out of hemp, organic cotton and eco linen, using dyes with minimum impact under the principles of fair, ethical and sustainable fashion.

Sustainable fashion firm where customers can enjoy an innovative experience and verify firsthand the textile technology used.  100% circular, recycled and recyclable clothing.

Colourful accessories, bags, fashion and gifts with exclusive designs at this store in the Literary Quarter.

Garments made out of natural fibres, renewable resources and recycled materials, such as organic cotton, recycled wool or Ecovero viscose.

Multi-brand store devoted to sustainable fashion next to Plaza de España.

A different perspective that is part of B Corp.  It meets the highest levels of quality, sustainability and transparency and uses its earnings and growth to make a positive impact on the world.

Project that is committed to the work of emerging designers and small “Made In Spain” brands.


Shop specialised in sustainable design, working with the leading decoration brands.

Everything you need to make your home a sustainable space.

Shop that is committed to artisan work and responsible consumption, raising awareness of manufacturers that move away from the usual circuits and mass production.

A wide range of decorative items, small pieces of furniture and hand-made gifts in the heart of Malasaña.


  • Looking after the environment and making the planet a better place. This is the aim of these fashion, accessories and home decor shops and brands.

    Closing the circle
  • Cerrando el círculo
  • A visit to the Rastro flea market is a must for any visitor's first Sunday in Madrid, and a usual strolling ground for Madrileños on public holiday mornings.

    El Rastro: hone your haggling techniques
  • El Rastro: el mercado más castizo


  • Zonas de compras
  • A map of old Madrid can be traced by the trades after which many of its streets are named: Latoneros (tinsmiths), Cuchilleros (cutlers), Curtidores (tanners), and Bordadores (embroiderers).

    Madrid's craftsmen and women
  • Jandra Cerámica. © Álvaro López del Cerro. Madrid Destino
  • Explore the city in a healthy, sustainable way. Through the Madrid 360 initiative, the city reaffirms its commitment to sustainability and improving environmental protection.

    Bike Rental in Madrid


  • Art, fashion, luxury goods, antiques, music, technology gadgets… There’s nothing you can’t buy in Madrid.

  • Compras
  • Coches compartidos Madrid - Voltio
  • Discover the vegan restaurants dotted all over Madrid offering suggestive culinary proposals.

    Vegan restaurants
  • Restaurantes veganos
  • Over the past few years, Madrid’s calendar has got filled with street markets and pop-up events gathering buyers, sellers and producers.

    Charming street markets


The city’s new official sightseeing and tourist travel pass.

An observation deck at 92 metres.

Our online store (in Spanish) sells artisan souvenirs.