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Visit Sitges: What To Do

Sitges is my beach town and I grew up spending 3 months each summer, from age 0 to age 20 pretty much. I am obsessed with this little Mediterranean beach town and if you've seen my 2022 trip, you probably are too.

It's located just 30min from Barcelona (drive or easy train ride) and if you are planning on going to visit the Catalan city, I 100% recommend a few days in Sitges too, extra especially if you have little ones with you, as it's a great combo to reset from the city walks and life.

My fav times of the year to visit Sitges are end of May - early June, as well as September. Because it is warm, but not too crazy hot like July and August, and there are not so many tourists / locals there, which makes it so chill and wonderful.

Here are all my tips!

Where to stay

What to do:

  • Beaches (Aiguadolc, Barra, Ribera, Sant Sebastia, Balmins)

  • Explore the village

  • Local wine tour

  • Take the promenade train

  • Bike ride through the whole promenade

  • Mini golf & trampoline place

  • Yacht tour

  • Kayak

  • Paddle board

  • Parroquia de Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla

  • Palau Maricel

  • Placa Ajuntament

  • Placa Cap de La Vila

  • Museu Cau Ferrat

Where to eat:

Oliver I cecream

Nail salon They don't take reservations. Carrer de Sant Francesc, 37, 08870 Sitges

Gym you can get a two week or monthly pass

I recommend renting a stroller from Easy Travel Kids! You don't need a car in Sitges. You can also go down to the city of Barcelona easily by 30min train, train station is at the village center.

PS: we flew directly from LAX to BCN with Level and I couldn't be happier!


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