Surrounded by the hills and the sea, Sitges
, a Spanish seaside town, birthplace of the Cuban colonies, is just 40 kilometres south of Barcelona
. Relish the calm of the coast, and discover the main cultural attractions of Sitges and Barcelona. There'll be plenty to do during your time in this idyllic location.
You will be located a few metres from the Port D'Aiguadolc, where you will find a multitude of restaurants such as La Taberna del Puerto
(open every day of the week from 12 am to midnight).
For nearby shopping, you will find the Carrefour Market
(Open Monday to Saturday from 9:30 to 21:30, and on Sunday from 9:30 am to 21h).
This apartment is 15 minutes walk from the beach
in San Sebastian and streets of the city, and close to the marina of Aiguadolç where you will find a wonderful selection of restaurants.Things to see/do:Catalonia
A stay in Catalonia would not be complete without exploring the cultural life and vitality of Barcelona, the rich heritage of Tarragona and of course beaches, shopping, nightlife.The Garraf Natural Park
It is the northernmost area of Europe where palmito grows, its most characteristic plant species .The Romantic Museum
Catalan house from the 19th century, residence of the Llopis family. He visited to discover how people lived in Catalonia during the era of romanticism. It also has one of the best collections of antique dolls of Lola Anglada Europe. Guided tours are offered every hour.