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How to get around Sitges?

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Sitges is small, but too far to walk easily from one end to the other?

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    Sitges is split in two by it’s bus routes. With Sitges station at the centre and a 5-10 min 10€ taxi drive/15=20 minute walk, either way.

    Buses run largely inland a few roads of the coast and into the hills behind Sitges : there is just a tourist trolley, train, along he promenade in summer)

    Sitges Bus Timetable

    3 Routes 2 times an hour at 15 mins (quarter) to & past
    Monday – Friday: 07:00 – 21:00
    Saturday, Sunday and Public Holiday: 09:00 – 21:00
    €1.50 (Sitges T-10 trip ticket from Station €12.00)

    L1 Bus Route NORTH Sitges INLAND TO HILLS
    (travelling away from the sea)

    Sitges Train Station
    Camí dels Capellans
    Camí de la Fita – Plaza Catalunya
    Cami de la Fita – Piscina Municipal (public swimming pool)
    IES Joan Ramon Benaprés (heading up)
    Pruelles 7 Mas Alba (heading up)
    Avenida Camí Pla / Caprabo Supermarket
    Pruelles / Mas Alba (heading down)
    IES Joan Ramon Benaprés (heading down)
    Cami de la Fita (heading down)
    Policia Municipal / Bombers
    Avenida Ronda / Passeig Vilafranca
    La Bóvila
    Club Natació (Swimming Club)
    Parc Can Robert (Paseig Vilafranca)

    L2 takes in the right hand side of the town shop & bars area and onto residential areas at the end of the town

    (to the right as you look at the sea)

    Sitges Train Station
    Oasis (Passeig Vilanova)
    Passeig Vilanova / Avenida Sofia
    Passeig Vilanova / La Granja
    Passeig Vilanova / Call Jaume Figueres
    IES Vinyet (Calle Ramon Dalmases Marqués de Mura)
    Camí de Coll
    Escoles Públiques
    Calle d’en Pepe de Garraf / Calle dels Taron¡gers
    Escola Maria Ossó (Ramon Dalmases Marqués de Mura)
    Passeig Vilanova / Avania Navarra
    Avenida Navarra / Calle Clarassó
    Avenida Navarra / Avenida Josep Carner
    Hotel Terramar
    Passeig Maritim / Calle Josep Planes Robert
    Passeig Maritim / Calle de Roma
    Avenida del Vinyet / Passeig Doctor Benaprés
    Avenida del Vinyet / Calle Reverend Joan Lloveras
    Avenida del Vinyet / Plaza Antoni Garcia Munté
    Avenida del Vinyet / Avenida Sofia
    Avenida Sofia (roundabout)
    Passeig Vilafranca / Sant Francesc

    The L3 line, services the West end of town towards the Marina (left from the station, as you look at the sea) One has to call the bus, by pressing a button at Aiguadolç, to be collected at the Port/Marina or high in the hills (or ask to be dropped there).

    Which means the routes schedule can be out 5 mins.
    Making the bus routes far less reliable than in the past.

    (to the left as you look at the sea)

    Sitges Train Station (on the other side of the road, outside Farmacia – the pharmacy)
    Calle Rafael Llopàrt (Escola Esteve Barrachina)
    Calle Port Alegre (Platja San Sebastian)
    Plaza Doctor Bartomeu Robert (the cemetery)
    Hotel Melia Sitges
    Llevantina (Heading up) Calle Corts d’Aragó
    Calle de la Sardana / Calle de l’Escala
    Calle del Roc Florit / Calle de la Malvasia
    Calle del Roc Florit / Calle del Corral d’en Falç
    Quint Mar (Zona Esportiva – sports centre)
    Passeig Margalló
    Passeig de l’Espígol (Escales)
    Passeig de l’Espígol / Passeig del Fonoll
    Llevantina (going down)
    Calle Sant Jordi (Plans d’Aiguadolç)
    Calle Devesa (Mossos d’Esquadra – police station)
    Els Molins
    Calle Ángel Guimerá / Calle Lluís Companys
    Cases Noves
    Calle Emili Picó

    Hiring a bike or moped is a possibility, especially as there are lots of places to park, official and non official (though being an obstruction, is a no no) : Check out Sitges hire (SitgesHire.com)

    admin - May 29, 2017 | Reply

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