The coastal town of Sitges is located in Spain's Catalonia region. With blue seas on one side and the mountains of the Garraf Massif on the other, this old town is known for its natural beauty, historical sites and culture.
The picturesque Sitges has a lot to offer to travellers and is best explored on foot. Take a walk along the Sitges Beach Front to check out beaches like the Platja San Sebastià and Platja del Balmains. If the weather doesn't agree with a long walk down the beach, then head straight to the Museo de Maricel to see a number of art collections starting from the tenth century to the first half of the twentieth century. Walk to Carrer Jesus or Carrer Major, two remarkable shopping streets in the city for jewellery, clothing or chocolates.
The best way to reach Sitges is by train from Barcelona. This way of transport is not only economical, but also offers spectacular views of the surroundings. You can also travel to this coastal town via car or taxi.
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|Most popular time to visit||October-December|
|Cheapest time to visit||January-March|
|Local currency||€ 1 = $1.02|
|Average weekend price||$165 per night|
|Average weekday price||$160 per night|
|Average stay||2 nights|
Great Resort. Good choice of restaurants and bars. Clean and accessible beaches. There are many different types of Paella and Tapas available from the restaurants across the sea front and in the back streets. The Gin Tub is recommended for a different experience.
Has everything for a short beach holiday. Relaxing atmosphere, party at night, cute little shops and absolutely delicious food. Prices are moderate. You find that everyone goes on well with each other.
Sitges is different, not your average Spanish resort, it's much more than that. It's very liberated, cosmopolitan and sophisticated and there is real charm amongst the maze of lanes featuring an extensive range of shops including trendy boutiques, organic supermarkets, and many other specialist shops amongst some architectural gems. There are excellent transport links not least the excellent rail connection to Barcelona. The extensive beaches, the café culture and the foodie scene are all worthy of deep exploration!
Wonderful place to enjoy both water activities and fabulous cafes and restaurants. Eating by the sea was a particularly enjoyable experience. Swimming in the Mediterranean before breakfast was ideal as the hotel has three beaches beside it.
Beautiful, friendly, clean little holiday escape 40 minutes train ride from Barcelona. Sandy beaches, clear blue sea, plenty of local spanish families. Pretty winding streets with lots of small shops and markets. Strong gay vibe Careful with pick-pockets!
Very Good. + Natural Environment + Cleanliness & Maintenance + Amenities within our accommodation & Outside, common facilities + Swimming Pool + Friendly staff & quick response to issues/problems notified. - Internet, very poor signal. I'd say NONE! - 24 hour check-in, no supporting staff beyond 10:00 PM. Security just let us in to find our place :( Car had to be parked outside safe zone owing to quite times being implemented. Recommendations for Improvement: 1. Swimming pool should be open @8:00 AM to 9:00 PM so anyone heading out for site seeing can also use it before outing. Same goes when they come back from a day's hectic touring! 2. More sports infrastructure.. example, Pool table, Carrom board, Table Tennis, Shuttle Badminton/Tennis etc. 3. No harm to have a shuttle service for local travel including to train station nearby.
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