Sitges (part of Barcelona) provides a wide selection of recreational activities for visitors to indulge in due to its location between the sea and the mountain ranges. Garraf’s shoreline on the Mediterranean Sea, and the beautiful surrounding mountains, offer a naturally beautiful setting for this town.
The interesting historic quarter, which has an active cultural calendar, enhances the luxury properties, golf courses, and marinas located directly on the beach. Sitges cuisine combines the fairest representation of Catalan dishes to create meals like the popular “xató.”
This prominent town on the Costa de Garraf, Barcelona’s southern littoral is an advantaged destination because it brings you the full vacation experience. From its beaches with pristine waters, some of which have been granted the blue flag eco-label, to its proximity to the mountains.
The city center is also beautiful enough to grab the attention of visitors. Sitges is also home to some lovely religious structures, such as the religious institutions of Sant Bartomeu and Santa Tecla. Other intriguing places to visit in the city include Casa de la Vila, a nineteenth-century Gothic revival structure, and Palau Maricel, which combines Renaissance, Baroque, and medieval architecture in one whole.
The best walking excursion in town! We’ll go to the unique and fascinating parts of Sitges to explore the art it has to offer.
This Sitges Free Original Walking Tour provides the most comprehensive routes so you can get an understanding of the town and its entire history. If you are unfamiliar with Sitges, you’ll be thrilled as we walk through 2000 years of recorded history, art, folk tales, anecdotal stories, and customs.
Our Sitges Free Original Walking Tour is an excellent supplement for vacations with limited days and locations.
✓ Local Guide
✘ Food and drinks, unless specified
Departure Point: 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain
Return Details: 08870 Sitges, Barcelona, Spain
From our meeting point, we will embark on a short tour of the homes of the so-called “Indianos,” who made a significant impact on Sitges before the 20th century.
After seeing the modernist house of Cap de la Vila, we will travel back in time and enjoy Medieval Sitges, which is now the old town, cross the front of the church, the Maricel museum, and the Santiago Rusiol’s house.
Other stops on the tour include a visit to ” the Cap de la Vila House, the Old Town, the Church, the Maricel Museum, and the Santiago Rusiol House. The tour will conclude in front of the Town Hall. This simple, enjoyable and yet sophisticated visit is suitable for the entire family, so bring everyone along!
This experience requires good weather. If the tour is canceled because of poor weather, you’ll be contacted to choose a different date.
This experience requires a minimum number of travelers. If the tour is canceled because the minimum number of participants isn’t met, you’ll be contacted so you can choose a different date.
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Richard Walker3. August 2022 at 10:45
Just wondering whether there is a walking tour of Sitges on the morning of Tuesday 9 August?! Regards, RichardHelpful Review