If you came to Sitges to party, you came to the right place. The Spanish and Catalans love to party anywhere in the world, but when you throw in a holiday vibe (Sitges is often sometimes described as being a mini-Ibiza!) and a gay community who want to let it all hang out, you're in for some wild nights.read more
Along the main street of Parellades and the so-called 'Carrer Pescado' ('Street of Sin'!) every other address is a bar or restaurant and, as always in Spain, they won't close until 2.30 or 3am. Naturally there are plenty of great nightclubs to explore too, many gay, some straight, but all raucous and open 'til dawn. Those who'd rather engage in just a civilised tipple can always kick back in a swanky lounge bar on the promenade with a cocktail or glass of Malvasia, or else relax at the endearingly informal chiringuitos (small beach huts) with a jug of sangria. In fact Sitges boasts the original El Chiringuito from 1913!
love this place great for lunch and drinks
Great place to have drink lunch by seaside. Very friendly staff. Enjoyable visit for us Aussies.
nice food and a good ambiance. The service can vary a bit in my experience
a delightfully low key spot. You can just imagine the journalists and artists of the day gathering their thoughts as soaking up the sea breeze