Hotel Montserrat

2 out of 5 stars2 Stars

C/ Espalter 27, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain
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Good For Families
  • Families100
  • Couples65
  • Solo100
  • Business50

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Forum Posts

Would Sitges make a good weekend break?

by haleysmith

I am looking for a good location to spend a weekend away with my husband in June. I am looking for nice pavement bars where we can sit and people watch (perfection would be in a nice old town square),a bit of local shopping, nice local restaurants, bit of sunbathing etc. Do you think Sitges fits the bill? What would you do if you had a weekend to spend in Sitges? Thank you VTers!

Re: Would Sitges make a good weekend break?

by Belsaita

Nice pavement bars where you can sit and people watch, a bit of local shopping, nice local restaurants, bit of sunbathing etc....

Yes, I do think Sitges fits the bill.

However, in June and weekend, it most likely will be packed with both national and international tourists and day-trippers from Barcelona.

If you want a less obvious choice, with a lovely Medieval quarter, great beaches, less tourists around and a lot of nice cafes and restaurants where you can get more from your money.... you may head to the next town South from Sitges: Vilanova i la GeltrĂș. It will be busy but it receives mainly Spanish tourists. It's a bigger town but its center is lovely and it rarely feels "too busy"

Or, you can easily combine both in a weekend.

Re: Would Sitges make a good weekend break?

by tango_jd

I just saw your Palma, Majorca question too.
How about Tossa de Mar?
Close to Barcelona if you wish but a really lovely resort - very Spanish - with narrow streets, nice bars, old town walls to walk around and a nice headland to walk up with a great little bar at the top.
(Ava Gardner statue too!)

NOT to be confused with Lloret De Mar!

Travel Tips for Sitges

February. It's the Carnival!

by Labrix

Everybody in the town, tall, small, older, younger, fat, slim, drag queens, wonderful dancers or just funny people. Absolutely everybody is on the streets during the carnival with their own made dresses. There's no discrimination, is not necessary to be beautiful and/or great dancers to participate. All what you have to do is having fun!

Nobody sleeps in 3 days, and the best moments are the Sunday night and the Tuesday night, because it's when they made a big parade through the streets of the town.

The Sitges carnival is very famous in this area and many people come to see it. If you want to come, please check first the exactly dates, as they changes every year.

Video here:
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Beach!

by MM212

Known as a seaside resort, Sitges offers many sandy beaches for the visitors. Beware though, during the high summer months, it can be quite crowded. Why wouldn't be with its nearly uninterrupted sunshine throughout the summer? Although free public beaches are available, for a small fee one could rent a comfortable mattress and an umbrella in one of the more "private" beaches.

Museu Maricel de Mar

by MM212

Although not terribly ancient, the Maricel de Mar building is one of Sitges' most recognisable features. The building as it stands dates from 1911, but it was built on the foundation of an older chapel whose arches were incorporated in the existing building. It was rebuilt as a residence in an eclectic Gothic style, but now serves as a museum housing a collection of mediaeval artwork. Maricel de Mar is linked to the Maricel de Terra building by a bridge.

A place to relax

by MrScamp

"Quiet beaches"

Theres not a huge amount of English tourists here mostly catalonian familys at their weekend villas. During the week the beach was never crowded and the sea was warm, at the weekend it was busier this was due to the catalonian families who appeare to have weekend homes in the town, but the beach was never over crowded.

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