Hotels in Sitges
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Sitges 189 yd from city centre
This hotel is located in the centre of Sitges, directly beside the sea. Shopping venues, restaurants and bars are all within...
Medium Sitges Park
Sitges 289 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Sitges Park is Barcelona (BCN-Barcelona Intl.) - 23.5 km / 14.6 mi. Distances are calculated in...
Sitges 316 yd from city centre
The Hotel Platjador is ideally located in central Sitges’ sea front and a few steps from the beach. It features free Wi-Fi...
Urh Sitges Playa
Sitges 366 yd from city centre
This hotel enjoys a prime location in Sitges ? right next to the small sandy beach of the same name and just 100 m from the...
Alenti Sitges & Restaurant
Sitges 401 yd from city centre
This boutique hotel is located in the centre of Sitges. It offers stylish rooms with air conditioning and free Wi-Fi internet....
Sitges 407 yd from city centre
This charming hotel is located directly in the tourist area just 100 m from the beach. A range of restaurants, shopping venues,...
Sitges 437 yd from city centre
The preferred airport for Hotel Subur is Barcelona (BCN-Barcelona Intl.) - 23.6 km / 14.6 mi. Distances are calculated in...
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Located about 35 kilometres southwest of Barcelona in Catalonia, Sitges is a fun and vibrant city in western Spain. The city is a curious mixture of the old and the new, thanks to a strong artistic reputation dating back to the 19th century and a newer reputation as a ‘mini Ibiza’ type destination.
There is a strong sense of multiculturalism is Sitges, with up to 35% of the city’s permanent residents coming from the Netherlands, the United Kingdom, and Scandinavia.
There are more than 4,500 hotel beds across hundreds of establishments in Sitges, many of them being pleasantly cheap and affordable for their quality.
Neighbourhoods of Sitges
Sitges consists of eight neighbourhoods, some of which are:
- Downtown: The centre of town, this is a lively, active area with a great atmosphere. It attracts the most tourists as there is plenty of culture and leisure activities including the Old Town and the Modernist District.
- Port D’aiguadolc: This is the marina of Sitges, ten minutes on foot from the town centre and offering beautiful sea views with plenty of luxury yachts and sailing boats to admire.
- La Bovila: This is an area this is perfect for families to base themselves when visiting. Close to all of the tourist action, it’s filled with conveniences like supermarkets, pharmacies, and other facilities that can make a holiday much easier when travelling with children.
- The Beaches: Depending on which resource you read, there are up to 17 beaches in Sitges. Please note there are three nudist beaches. The most popular beach is Playa Sant Sebastian which is centrally located and has a buzzy nightlife.
- Terramar: Built as a garden city at the beginning of the 20th century, Terramar is lovely, quiet, and green neighbourhood often described as a “urban lung” thanks to the presence of the Gardens of Terramar.
What to see and do in Sitges
Sitges is packed full of amazing tourist attractions to suit all preferences. Some of the very best include the Cau Ferrat Museum which is the house museum of the iconic Spanish artist, Santiago Rusiñol, the Casa Bacardi Sitges which is the dedicated visitor centre of the city where tourists will find all of the information that they need, and the Can Llopis Romanticism Museum that celebrates the 19th-century movement which helped to define the city.
What to eat in Sitges
Sitges is a city that boasts a number of dishes and flavours specific to the region. Some of the traditional foods that every visitor should try to sample on their travels in include xato which is salad containing crumbled cod and tuna, escalibada which is a dish made with roasted eggplant, onion, and pepper, and Catalan cream which is the regional take on a familiar creme brulée dessert.
Typical events and festivals in Sitges
Sitges is the site of a number of fun and varied events over the course of the year. Some of the most popular and most attended include Carnaval which has been staged every February for more than 100 years, the annual Barcelona to Sitges Vintage Car Rally in March, and the Festival Jardins De Terramar which is a celebration of music every July and August.
How to move around in Sitges
The best method of transport within Sitges is definitely the local bus network. Sitges does not boast an internal train or metro system, and for that reason, busses are the preferred method of transport for the majority. It’s worth noting the Sitges is a location that can be easily navigated on foot, along with the local taxi services that are always available if you want to get from A to B faster.
The climate in Sitges
The climate in Sitges tends to be warm and pleasant all year round. The very little rain that falls across the year generally does so in the winter, which means that the summer season from June to early September is the best time to visit if you are seeking the quintessential summer holiday experience. With an average year-round temperature of 16 degrees, the city is never cold.