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What to do in Sitges in one day

Here are some of the best things to do in Sitges in one dayDo you want to come and discover Sitges with us?

Parish Church of Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla

Built in the 17th century, the parish church of San Bartolomé and Santa Tecla is one of the essential places to see in Sitges. We recommend you to get to the church of Sitges by climbing the stairs that connect the Sitges seafront promenade with the Plaça del Baluard.

As well as marvelling at its unique asymmetrical silhouette, which stands majestically on a small hill with the Mediterranean at its feet, don't forget to take a look at the sculpture "The Mermaid". (by Pere Jou) and the Baluard cannon (a replica of one of the 6 cannons that defended Sitges at the end of the 18th century).

After visiting the interior of the church, you can enjoy the views from the lookout point from the Plaça del Baluard. And if you come in the afternoon... be prepared to experience a sunset unique!

Racó de la Calma and Palau Maricel in Sitges

After visiting the church of Sitges, continue strolling through Fonollar Street until you find one of the most beautiful places to see in Sitges: the Racó de la Calma. Around it you will find the entrances to the Cau Ferrat Museum and the Maricel complex (Maricel Museum and Palau de Maricel). It is highly recommended to book a guided tour at Sitges Museums to discover inside modernist-style rooms such as the Saló d'Or, the Saló Blau, the Sala Capella, the terraces or the cloister, from where you can enjoy some of the best views of the city. spectacular views.

If you continue walking down the street, you will reach the Baluart Vidal-Quadras, which leads to one of Sitges' most beloved beaches: Platja de Sant Sebastià.

Historic centre and old town of Sitges

Believe us, you don't know Sitges until you've wandered through its narrow cobbled streets of the historic centre. As you stroll through the old quarter of Sitges you will discover elements of the rich architectural heritage of Sitges as the old medieval walls, Art Nouveau buildings built by the Indians after making their fortune in the Americas or former fishermen's houses.

Some of the streets to see in Sitges that we recommend you to wander around are:

  • Carrer de la Davallada
  • Carrer de Sant Joan
  • Carrer d'en Bosch
  • Sitges Town Hall Square
  • Carreta Street

Bars, restaurants and shops in Sitges

We would go so far as to say that the leisure offer in Sitges is world famous.

Beaches of Sitges

With the Mediterranean at your feet, the beaches of Sitges offer options for all tastes: urban and family beaches, semi-wild coves, beaches with an LGTBI atmosphere and much more.

Choose the one you like the most or... discover them all!

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