A Mediterranean Hot Spot: Sitges, Spain

Sitges was a hotbed for Bohemians: attracting artists, writers and painters. In the 60s and 70s, it was called the “Ibiza in miniature” due to counterculture and its partying lifestyle. Today, it is named the Saint Tropez of Spain for its expensive property prices and is known to be one of Spain’s prized resorts. Many tourists and Catalans are drawn to Sitges’ beaches, stylish boutiques, trendy hotels, buzzing bars/ restaurants and a bustling nightlife. This coastal town is fairly accessible – about 35 Km from the city of Barcelona…

I thoroughly enjoyed my stay in Sitges. The town gave a very laid back vibe with picturesque views and lovely, historical architecture. I particularly loved walking along the marina after lounging on the beach. Perusing the shops and galleries through the narrow streets was also quiet an experience.

Recommeded place to stay: Dolce Hotel has the best breakfast! All you can eat jamon, smoked salmon and more!

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One thought on “A Mediterranean Hot Spot: Sitges, Spain

  1. I’m not that much of a online reader to be honest but your blogs really
    nice, keep it up! I’ll go ahead and bookmark your site to come back down the road. All the best

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