15 Things To Do in Sitges

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Sitges things to do
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Sitges is a beautiful coastal town in Spain towards the south of Barcelona. With its exotic beaches and leisure promenades, the town is a tourists’ paradise. One can find it easy to delve deep into and lose himself in the pleasures offered by this destination.

1. Go to Passeig Maritim

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To start things off is this beautiful beach view promenade where you can take a morning stroll and feel the zest of the place. The entire passage is flat and easy to walk on. As you stroll down it, you can take in the beautiful view of the beach as well as many other sights available in the city.


  • Name: Passeig Maritim
  • Address: Passeig Marítim, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain
  • Access: Open

2. Visit Casa Bacardi Sitges

Get to know about the history and establishment of the Bacardi rum company at the Casa Bacardi (a museum) in Sitges. You also get to have a cocktail class. The museum is open on Friday, Saturday and Sunday only. Thirty people can take part in the tour at one time, so you can have a good learning experience.


  • Name: Casa Bacardi Sitges.
  • Address: Plaça de l’Ajuntament, 11, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 938 94 81 51.
  • Open On: Friday, Saturday and Sunday only.
  • Duration: Tour lasts for 45 minutes.

3. A Trip to Playa de Sant Sebastia

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The Playa de Sant Sebastia is a nice and clean beach in Sitges. It has got some good cafes and bars near the sea front which make it ideal for an amazing beach day. You can go with your children to this beautiful, but less crowded beach, dive into the water, have lunch and leave.  It is quite near the main church too.


  • Name: Playa de Sant Sebastia.
  • Address: Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Price: Average tour price is around 56.3 dollars, but may vary.

4. Pay a Visit to Escola Catalana de Surf

Who does not want to surf? It’s an awesome sport and is quite popular among tourists coming to Sitges. You do not know how to do it? No issues, Escola Catalana de Surf is there to learn surfing in a safe way. Yes, visit the place, learn surfing and then go into the sea, paving your way to an unimaginable experience!


  • Name: Escola Catalana de Surf.
  • Address: Club de Mar de Sitges, Paseo Marítim, s/n, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 654 02 80 99.
  • Opening hour: Open on Saturday and Sunday only- 10 AM to 2:15 PM.

5. Enjoy Segway and Tours

Visiting Sitges for the first time? This is just the thing you require. Accompanied by a guide, you go on a tour of the entire city, riding a Segway. A great benefit of going out on such a tour is that you get to visit places that are ignored by many tourists. It is an awesome way to explore the beautiful city of Sitges.


  • Name: Segway and Tours.
  • Address: Carrer de Sant Pere, 21, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 653 79 15 95.
  • Opening Hours: 10 AM to 8 PM.

6. El Piano

Sitges has many nightlife opportunities for those who want to avail them. El Piano is a bar in Sitges, which offers an amazing blend of good music and nice drinks to its visitors. It is a must visit place, especially if you like indulging in the ‘nightlife’. The atmosphere is friendly too- you can go there alone and feel as if everybody is an old friend of yours!


  • Name: El Piano.
  • Address: Carrer de Sant Bonaventura, 37, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 938 14 62 45.
  • Opening Hours: 10 PM to 3 AM.

7. Visit Bikes Sitges

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Bikes Sitges is a bike rental in Sitges. You can rent the bike you want to and then go out on a ride- a good soothing ride through the streets of Sitges or hills near the city. This is recommended to all those who love ‘long’ drives or rides. Besides that, it is fun to ride the bike on the hills- it a good ‘all’ terrain experience!


  • Name: Bikes Sitges.
  • Address: Carrer del Tennis, 38, Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 652 15 16 37.
  • Opening Hours: 9 AM to 9 PM.

8. Arrange a Trip to the Church of Sant Bartomeu & Santa Tecla

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The Church of Sant Bartomeu & Santa Tecla is present near the place of a British invasion of Barcelona. It hosts an ossuary which is as old as the 1400s , making it an excellent spot for history lovers. The people forming the congregation in the church have a high spiritual presence, further increasing the popularity of the place among tourists.


  • Name: Church of Sant Bartomeu & Santa Tecla.
  • Address: Plaça de l’Ajuntament, 20, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 938 94 03 74.

9. Pay a Visit to Museu Maricel

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The Museu Maricel or Maricel Museum is located in the center of Sitges. It is part of the Barcelona Provincial Council Local Museum Network and was opened again after a refurbishment in 2015. It is a good place to get an insight into the history and culture of the region, especially for someone who has been to Sitges for the first time.


  • Name: Museu Maricel.
  • Address: Carrer de Fonollar, s/n, 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Phone: +34 938 94 03 64.
  • Opening Hours: 10 AM to 7 PM.

10. A Trip to La Playa de Sitges

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La Playa de Sitges is one of the most beautiful beaches in Sitges. The atmosphere over there is very friendly- not just on the beach, at the nearby cafes too. It is a must visit place for anybody traveling to Sitges as it offers the best mixture of fun, leisure and affordability. You can also visit the beach via some tours.


  • Name: La Palaya de Sitges.
  • Address: Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Price: If you visit the beach via some tour, the average price would be around $85-97.

11. Visit the Sausalito Beach

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Sausalito beach is another one of the many beautiful beaches in Sitges. You can plan a day out with your family, friends or even all by yourself. Just go over there, admire the view, bath in the water and go to a cafe to have lunch or a drink and then return. There you go- a day well spent! The beach is quite suitable for families with small children as it has shallow waters too.


  • Name: Sausalito Beach.
  • Address: Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Suitable for: Families with small children.

12. Check Out the Monumento a Santiago Rusinol

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This is a statue of Santiago Rusinol, who was an artist. It is located near the San Sebastian beach and has a small park along with it. The statue is visited by many people who admire the works of Santiago Rusinol and by those who do not know him too. It is a famous spot, visited by many tourists every year.


  • Name: Monumento a Santiago Rusinol.
  • Access: Near the start of San Sebastian Beach.

13. A Trip to Stampli Fundation

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Stampfli Fundation is an art museum in Sitges. It gathers and then exhibits the works of art held by the foundation. It’s a must visit place as you will get to see some amazing paintings and other stuff representing the culture and heritage of this city. Tourists find the place and its contents quite interesting.


  • Name: Stampfli Fundation.
  • Ticket Prices: Normal- 5 euros; discount- 3.5 euros.

14. Go to Playa del Hombre Muerto

Playa del Hombre Muerto is a secluded beach at the end of the promenade in Sitges. It is a clothing optional beach and is full of many different types of people. The beach is nice and clean and there are cafes to provide you with food and drinks. The only way you can reach the beach is by walking.


  • Name: Playa del Hombre Muerto.
  • Address: Sitges, Barcelona Spain.
  • Access: Towards the end of the promenade.

15. Visit Platja de la Barra

Yet another amazing beach present in the city! It is an urban beach situated near the Sausalito beach, but it is wider and less crowded. All sorts of bars and cafes are present nearby allowing for the visitors to have access to food and drink while they are there. Unlike other beaches, it also has shower facilities.


  • Name: Platja de la Barra.
  • Address: Sitges, Barcelona, Spain.
  • Access: Near the Sausalito Beach.
  • Suitable for: Families.

Sitges is an awesome city full of amazing beaches, possessing a rich cultural background and having an immersive nightlife. If you visit Sitges, do remember the activities mentioned above in order to make your trip to the city as memorable as possible!

Have a good trip and travel!