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All reviews nice promenade people watching palm trees great walk walk along the beach fake goods dog walkers long promenade restaurants and bars tourist train santa tecla sea front day trip stroll church jog beaches
I enjoyed the walk here. The place at this time of year is really nice not crowded but I have been here before in the summer and it is a nightmare.
I love this area but only off season. To be avoided in season in...More
The Paseo Maritime is not only beloved by the people of Sitges, but attract visitors from all over Europe. About 2 miles long, it attracts walkers, runners, rollerbladers, dog walkers, and beach lovers. Families with young children on bikes and trikes, seniors on their daily...More
Clean (for the most part) and easy to walk, cycle, in-line skate, stroll at any time of day. Gentle views in all directions. Palm trees and people taking the air. Go north past the town and follow the well made smooth path to the port...More
Got the train down from Barcelona to watch the Mardi Gras, the promenade was heaving with people watching the floats go by which made it feel a little uncomfortable but the Mardi Gras itself was very good.
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
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 lunch and dinner. spanish opening hours are very large so this is almost never a problem for tourists. closing day for restaurants is normally monday but most of the restaurants in the sea shore are open kind of seven-eleven (would be more like seven-16!). In spain we take lunch arround 14:00 and up to 15 or 16:00 but most places you can start at 13:00 or 13:30. this is nice for tourists as they find restaurants less crowded. Its dificult to have lunch before 13:00 in some restaurants but a lot if them open really soon.
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.