Sitges, Costa Dorada - Spain Travel Guide

Sitges is a cosmopolitan hotel set on a headland at the northern end of Spain's Costa Dorada, just 25 kilometers from Barcelona.

Today Sitges has a trendy laid-back Bohemian atmosphere and is very popular with the gay community. With Catalan tapas bars, restaurants, fashion stores, designer shops and antique stores the town attracts many fashionable arty individuals. The beautiful seafront promenade and the narrow meandering streets of the old town provide a welcome rest from the hustle and bustle of the main city. The old town and the seafront come to life at night with many clubs, discos, bohemian bars, traditional restaurants and sidewalk cafes.

Discover Sitges heritage by visiting the 3 museums that are home to works by Picasso and El Greco, the 17th century waterfront church and by researching the maze of tiny streets lined with fascinating Catalan architecture.

Sitges has more than 3 miles of beautiful sandy shores including nine which have been awarded a Blue Flag. The beaches here cater for everybody with stretches of beach for families, homosexual areas and subtropical nudist areas. There is a range of watersports on the Sitges beaches including scuba diving, jet skiing, water skiing, water engine biking, windsurfing, surfing, sailing and pedalos. A number of the beaches provide group exercise classes and also have organised shore games such as volleyball. The shores are less busy in the Autumn when temperatures hover around 20C to 25C with sea temperatures still an extremely nice 20C to 23C.

Away from the shore activities include trekking in the Garraf Mountains, horse rides along the coastal paths and golfing. For the more adventurous there's skydiving, hang-gliding, hot-air ballooning, 4x4 adventure trips and quad biking.

qué ver en Sitges is home to the renowned Carnival, lasting for days on end and bringing tens of thousands of people. Look out for the late bargains to Sitges and experience the amazing carnival drag shows.



Other events that occur in Sitges include the International Film Festival, the Corpus Christi exhibition, the Classic Car Rally, Jazz and Tango Festivals and several concerts throughout the summer months.

This vibrant town has a typically Mediterranean climate with over 300 hours of sunshine a year. During July and August temperatures frequently reach 28C and humidity levels could be high.

Popular for family holidays throughout the year, Sitges provides the opportunity to go to the wonderful city of Barcelona, Tarragona and Montserrat, not forgetting the fantastic Port Aventura theme park that's a day out the whole family will love.
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