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“nice walk” (14 reviews)
“palm trees” (7 reviews)
Sitges, Spain
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Reviewed 19 May 2017

Sitges is very nice, if a little small. The promenade is around 3 kilometres in length with all the 'action' centred around the end where the church is located. Nothing, save 2 hotels (one of which undergoing rebuild at time of writing) at the other...More

Thank robancat
Reviewed 11 May 2017

Lovely restaurants along the Passeig Maritim. Perfect for a long walk after breakfast and lovely cafes to sit and people watch.

Thank kimaM1773PY
Reviewed 9 May 2017

The beach is great in Sitges, there are plenty of cafes and restaurants at the Sitges end of the promenade. The path is wide, well maintained with lots of people walking, jogging and cycling. It's 2.3km or 4.6km return. Well worth it, for a couple...More

Thank scottmordue
Reviewed 2 May 2017 via mobile

Enjoyed taking strolls along the Passeig Maritim as I was staying at the Hotel Subur, which I'll write a review for later. I enjoyed the flat surface and the option to go onto the beach and walk too.

Thank Mark H
Reviewed 1 May 2017

Beautiful beach but cold in April. Many places to sit with a drink. Nice artworks. Can stroll or bike.

Thank Marcela J
Reviewed 22 April 2017 via mobile

Passeig Maritim is a lovely place to stroll along, great views of the Mediterranean, with beautiful well kept beaches, It's such a shame it's being spoilt by numerous touts hassling you to buy their fake tat, it's about time the local authorities took action to...More

Thank Slogger H
Reviewed 14 April 2017 via mobile

Been coming here for 30 years and each time again we realize how nice this stretch along the sea is. It never gets old really. Some days, like this Easter week-end, can be very busy but in general it is simply perfect for a nice...More

Thank Garp12
Reviewed 12 April 2017

We were here in March and it was very quiet. It was great to stroll along the beach. I can imagine that it would be fantastic in the summer

Thank Jill K
Reviewed 12 April 2017

A breath of fresh air out of busy buzzy Barcelona. Come by train, get down to the beach and walk a couple of hours (at least !) from one end to the other ! Even better... Roller blade it !!! Then, sit down or get...More

Thank ChristopheLHR
Reviewed 12 April 2017

Except for San Sebastian and after Picnic that is good, the rest is a disgrace. The main part needs to be addressed quickly. The ground needs a replacement urgently and the top manta, hellooooo, what is that about, one cannot even get to see the...More

Thank ClaudioTextTrans
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Nearby Attractions
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Are they open also at lunch?
5 April 2016|
Response from Dan T | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, passeig maritim means sea promenade in catalan and it is the name we give to the streets by the shore. In Barcelona it has a lenght of several kilometers and its plenty of restaurants that mostly are opened for... More
Is it working during March, I mean before summer and how was your experience in it in January (do you enjoyed the beach during winter
2 March 2016|
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Response from SLLD25 | Reviewed this property |
If by enjoying the beach you mean taking a bath, water in january and even in march might be a too cold. Walking by the passeig is nice if weather is fine, I mean sunny. Same way goes the beach.
Paul H
Public transport from Barcelona to sitges?
9 January 2015|
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Response from mickdevil | Reviewed this property |
Very easy. Take the train from Barcelona Sants or Passeig del Gracia to Sitges. Or from the airport, changing at El Prat de Llobregat. Cheap and trains on the suburban Sitges line are around every 15/20 mins.