Cementery Opening hours
From Monday to Sunday:
8.00 to 18.00
Address and telephone number
Ctra. Nacional 150. Km 1,5.
08110 Montcada i Reixac (Barcelona)
102. Daily (Pl. Eivissa – Cementiri de Collserola)
103. Public holidays (Montcada i Reixac – Cementiri de Collserola)
104. Public holidays (Fabra i Puig – Cementiri de Collserola)
934 841 999
Map of the cemetery
Collserola is a typically Mediterranean cemetery with a diagonal layout made up of three or four blocks of niches which are predominately five storeys high. One of the main characteristics of this cemetery is the abundance of vegetation. On entering, and throughout the whole site, we are reminded of the fact that we are in a nature reserve.
The cemetery is divided into 18 plots and is the prototype of the modern cemetery, designed to be reached by car. The site is representative of the period in which it was designed, leaving the ostentation of grand mausoleums for other cemeteries in the city. This is a functional cemetery where simply decorated niches are the order of the day.
By the end of the 1960s the Montjuïc Cemetery had reached full capacity. Given that the city’s boundaries were limited by the Collserola mountain range and the sea, the municipal area could no longer be expanded. A new cemetery was therefore built in Barcelona’s green lung.
The new cemetery was opened on 27 June 1972 in a forest area measuring over 444 acres on the foothills of the Collserola mountain range between the municipal boundaries of Barcelona, Cerdanyola and Montcada i Reixach.
The cemeteries of Barcelona are spaces of memory and tranquility. Cementiris de Barcelona has tombs available to the different cemeteries of the city.
Services at Collserola cementery
Cementiris de Barcelona is funerary company owned by the City of Barcelona. Our objectives are to bring the management of cemeteries and all their activity to users, improve customer service and provide quality services.
Cremation processes are currently carried out using specialised and proven techniques which vary greatly from the original methods used which were generally unsanitary and likely to generate health problems.