Stylish Sitges holidays 2020
Sitges is a beautiful, whitewashed former fishing village on the Costa Dorada that has developed into a stylish and lively resort without losing its charm. Ideally located just a short train ride from the glamorous city of Barcelona,
Sitges boasts gorgeous beaches, narrow lanes full of bars and restaurants, and a couple of fascinating museums. A huge favourite with the LGBTQ community, Sitges is also famous for its wild carnival and Pride celebrations. If you want a break from the coastal hubbub, head to the Garraf Nature Reserve located just inland: this stretch of rugged coast offers wonderful walking trails and panoramic views. All in all, this is an excellent destination for a cheap holiday.
All in all, this is an excellent destination for a cheap holiday.
Sitges at a glance
Discover the best beaches
We love the Mediterranean beaches in Sitges
Sample the local food
Taste the best of Spain in Sitges' lovely waterfront restaurants
Hit the nightlife & bar scene
If you fancy a bit of a party in Sitges, you'll get one, thanks to a great range of bars and clubs
Art & culture
Catch the Sitges Film Festival or pop into one of the city's museums
Sitges has a great family-friendly atmosphere and the kids will love the beach!
Go on a road trip
Why not visit Barcelona while in Sitges? You won't be disappointed!
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Things to do in Sitges
Sitges has no less than 17 fabulous beaches, which extend in both directions from the town centre. The busiest is the Platja de la Ribera, in the centre of town, which has plenty of facilities, including sun loungers, beach bars, and a lifeguard post. Behind it is a long promenade which is lined with bars, restaurants and shops, with more located in the tangle of narrow streets behind it. The town’s most prominent landmark is a very pretty Baroque church, which overlooks the sea. Nearby, the Maricel Museum and Cau Ferrat Museum showcase Catalan and Spanish art. The Port Aiguadolç is a yacht-filled marina surrounded by restaurants, bars and clubs. The nightlife, especially in summer, is legendary, and there is a huge array of clubs and beach bars to choose from.
The main town beaches are the adjoining Plata de la Fregata and Platja de la Ribera, and the Platja de Sant Sebastià, which are all right in the town centre. The Platja de la Ribera is the best equipped of them all, with pedaloes and kayaks to rent, along with sun loungers and parasols. There is also a beach by the marina at Port Aiguadolç which is fractionally less crowded. There is a cliff-top walk along the coast that will bring you to a series of small coves, many of which are nudist beaches: in summer, a couple of them also boast laid-back beach bars.
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