Getting around Sitges

Above: Mod-ernism in Sitges
Below: Are you taking the Mickey?

The core of Sitges takes just 10 to 15 minutes to traverse by foot, so safe to say we don't need to present you with an in-depth guide to getting around town! There's no metro, and public transport consists of buses to nearby suburbs.

By Foot, Taxi & Train

All of Sitges' cultural attractions, and the majority of its restaurants and nightlife are easily accessible by walking, although for some of the more secluded beaches you may wish to take a taxi. Taxis are safe and reliable and you can reach the likes of Platja de les Anquines beach for around 10 euros.


To hop over to neighbours Vilanova or Castelldefels make your way to Sitges train station - just five or ten minutes walk from the centre - and for the price of regular fries you'll be whisked into town.

By Car, Scooter or Bike

For independent exploring check our services section where we list bike hire and motorbike and car rental companies. A cycle along the coast is a great way to explore, whilst a car will give the freedom to get out to the likes of El Garraf national park.

For a better idea of where everything is, and how to get around, just consult our online map of Sitges, where we've highlighted all of the major landmarks.

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