1 Where can I park if I’m going downtown?
You can use the following link to check out all the parking areas in Sitges for cars, motorcycles, bikes and buses, plus blue zones
2 Are there any baggage lockers to drop off luggage?
If you don't want to leave your luggage at your hotel until your departure time, there is a private company in Sitges offering the baggage lockers service. Their contact details:
C/ Bassa Rodona 7
Tel. +34 93 811 42 94
3 Is there a public Wi-Fi network accessible around the streets and beaches?
Although Sitges has no public Wi-Fi network around its streets, you can connect for free from the tourist information office at the train station, number 2 Eduard Maristany Square. And most of the beach bars offer their customers free Wi-Fi.
4 What’s there to visit?
5 Are there guided tours?
You will find all the guided tours organized in Sitges at the following link (what to see routes section link). And to make sure you don’t miss out on any exhibition or event, we also recommend you visit our calendar
6 How to get to Sitges & Barcelona from the airport using public transportation?
The Airport - Sitges - Airport route can be done by bus or railway. By railway, you must switch trains at the El Prat station and the journey takes approximately 45 minutes (depending on the day of the week and train frequency). You can check train schedules here www.renfe.com. By bus, the Mon - bus company offers regular daily service with stops at the Barcelona airport. For more information www.monbus.cat
For the Sitges - Barcelona - Sitges route, the easiest option is by train to and from the Paseo de Gracia station, in the very center of Barcelona. There’s a train approximately every 15 minutes and the journey takes about 35 minutes. For more information. If you prefer to take the bus, check schedules and frequency at the following Website www.monbus.cat.
7 Is it permitted to take pets to the beach?
According to the Sitges Town Hall’s plan of usage and civility ordinance, it is forbidden for dogs and other pets to access beaches, including all public bathing areas and places, the sand and the water, with the only exception of guide dogs.
8 Is it possible to take boat trips around the coast?
Presently, there are no companies that offer this service regularly, but you can rent boats, sailboats, jet skis, do paddle surf, scuba diving, kayaking, etc. in small groups . You can consult the Websites of Sitges’ three marinas for more information
9 How do I get to the Garraf Nature Reserve and what routes can I go on there?
You can drive your own vehicle all the way to the Palau Novella Buddhist Monastery , but most people walk up from Sitges. If you decide to walk, you can take line 1 of the local bus to Pruelles and access it from there on foot.
All itineraries and routes in the Reserve can by consulted at the following link http://parcs.diba.cat/web/garraf
10 Is it possible to visit the Parish Church?
The parish church, or The Point, as we locals call it, can only be visited when mass is being held, weekdays, Saturdays and holiday eves at 1930, Sundays and holidays at 900 and 1100 (mass in Spanish), and 1200 and 1930.
The Vinyet sanctuary, with its traditional votive offerings, can be visited Monday to Sunday from 1100 to 13.00 and 1630 to 1930, closed on Tuesdays that aren’t holidays.