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Passeig Maritim

Sitges, Spain
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“nice walk” (17 reviews)
“palm trees” (7 reviews)
Sitges, Spain
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

The sun had dipped past the horizon and the night sky was gaining ground as the colors of rose, purple and orange still faintly glowed with a crescent moon. The Passeig Maritim was filled with couples, families and solos alike walking enjoying the last bit...More

Thank Robert H
Reviewed 5 days ago

Right on the sea front with plenty of bars and restaurants. Sitges is the gay capital of Catalunya - relaxed atmosphere. Ok for a half hour walk and calling in for refreshments - busy in the summer evenings! Very tidy place with no litter and...More

Thank PabloMorley
Reviewed 1 week ago

From the passage you can admire beauty of the sea, jump into one of the many restaurants. There are plenty of palm trees, which are really nice.

Thank Chris_Run_Travel
Reviewed 2 weeks ago via mobile

Nice to walk here along the stretch of many beaches. There are snack bars serving all types of food and ice cream parlours all along the strip. Lovely to walk in the sun and enjoy the views but equally as nice in the evening after...More

Thank Stephen W
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Sitges usually is a dream for so many people but the actual local management makes the Sitges a garbage. Anyone can sales at the street. ilegal people are anywhere sales ilegal merchandising. Garbage everywhere , very bad quality of tourists only for drink party and...More

1  Thank Raunel N
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

The walk from one end to the other (stopping at the marina) is a 4km delight at any time of the day (or night!)

Thank MSH-Sussex
Reviewed 3 weeks ago

My first visit to Sitges (day out from Barcelona) and my first massage. What an experience! Dotted along the beaches in this cute little town, you will come across a few massage services (I spotted 3). Each had its own "enclosure" situated on the beach...More

Thank h1mandme
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

We walked there couple of minutes, nothing to see there specially during the hot summery time. Got bored and annoyed 😒 and sweated a lot .. maybe for a morning run .

Thank Souhail M
Reviewed 3 weeks ago via mobile

Have been visiting for almost 20 years and the seafront here is so beautiful and wonderful for a stroll. BUT I have just returned after a 3 year break and I cannot.l believe the number of venders on fake goods down here now, setting out...More

Thank GreggSheffield
Reviewed 4 weeks ago via mobile

I loved running along this wide promenade, it's kept clean and is often lined by gardens and cute cafes.

Thank Sammywammywoodles
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6 April 2016|
Response from Dan T | Reviewed this property |
Hi there, passeig maritim means sea promenade in catalan and it is the name we give to the streets by the shore. In Barcelona it has a lenght of several kilometers and its plenty of restaurants that mostly are opened for... More
3 March 2016|
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Response from SLLD25 | Reviewed this property |
If by enjoying the beach you mean taking a bath, water in january and even in march might be a too cold. Walking by the passeig is nice if weather is fine, I mean sunny. Same way goes the beach.
Paul H
10 January 2015|
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Response from mickdevil | Reviewed this property |
Very easy. Take the train from Barcelona Sants or Passeig del Gracia to Sitges. Or from the airport, changing at El Prat de Llobregat. Cheap and trains on the suburban Sitges line are around every 15/20 mins.