After hearing dozens of positive remarks about Sitges, Spain we decided to getaway from all of the zorbing, flamenco dancing and segwaying the streets of Barcelona to spend a half day in this neighboring town.
The quaint town of Sitges is a seaside city, on the Catalan coast, filled with character, charm and bucket list worthy adventures.
The train dropped us off just a block from the main section and the first thing we did stop by Enrich bakery for some pizza by the pound.
The road led to an interesting shop, the Fish Spa Bonaire, that boasted a fish pedicure experience.
For 15,00 you can let little fish nibble on your toes in order to remove dead skin and make them silky smooth. I easily convinced Peter to partake in this new adventure. And he liked it. Don’t let him tell you differently.
Our tootsies were feeling relaxed and ready for more strolling. We were immediately struck by the cities ornate architecture.
The doorways led to the seaside.
There are seventeen sand beaches in Sitges, some of them nudist. So, if “Walk on a Nude Beach” is on your bucket list, this may be the perfect place to do it. If not, just a walk along the paved pathways is worthwhile.
Of course, no day trip would be complete without a bit of shopping. And there is no lack of unique items to choose from.
We built up an appetite by then and popped into the first pintxos restaurant we saw.
You can indulge on pintxos, a toothpick spiked Spanish finger food, throughout Spain, but you can find some great ones at Lizarran in Sitges.
After spending an eventful half day roaming the streets of Sitges, Spain, it was time to return to Barcelona where we had plans to eat the best tapas in Spain.