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35 kilometres from Barcelona is the party town of Sitges. It is known for its lively bars, bohemian atmosphere and wide range of restaurants. Known for its vibrant gay culture, it's a great spot to visit year round. In winter, the mercury rarely dips below 10 degrees and the streets are less busy, and in summer it's a comfortable 25 degrees and the beach is filled with families enjoying the sand. Whether you're looking for a boutique hotel in the centre of Sitges, or a family-friendly resort with a large pool near the beach, offer the ideal accommodation for your holiday. Check out the reviews left by past guests to help choose the perfect Sitges hotel for you.

What's Sitges Like?

The beaches at Sigtes are wide and sandy. The main beach has a paved promenade along the back, called the Passeig Maritim, and there are tapas bars and cafes open during the day here. With tall palm trees along the edge, it looks like St Tropez. Inland, the cobbled streets wind their way between smaller hotels and local restaurants. At night, there are plenty of bars in the centre where entertainment is laid on, like drag acts and cabaret shows. There are some quieter places, as well, where piano music or an acoustic guitar can be heard. The historic church of Saint Bartholomew and Saint Tecla has overlooked the Mediterranean since the 17th century, and it's a recognisable landmark of the area. There's an impressive altar and organ to see inside. The sights of Barcelona are a short train ride or bus journey away and a popular place to visit when staying in Sitges.

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sitges

There are lots of festivals and carnivals held in Sitges. One of the biggest is in August which lasts a few days and celebrates St Bartholomew, the patron saint of Sitges. There are parades, horn players, dancers and a firework display. During this time, many places may be closed as the owners celebrate this important time, but there will be plenty going on in the streets to keep you entertained. If you're going into Barcelona, the train only costs a few Euros from Sitges. There isn't a discount for buying a return ticket, so get a single in case you end up getting the bus back, as they run later into the night. Booking a hotel in Sitges is straightforward with There are luxury resorts, budget accommodation and chic places to stay in this fun town, so it's easy to find the best accommodation to suit your needs.