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Getting around Sitges by bicycle, bus, car, taxi. Tickets, timetables

Getting around Sitges

Given the fairly concentrated size, the best way for getting around Sitges is on foot or by bike.


Numerous bicycle rental agencies are available in the center and along the seafront. Kili Sitges is one of the most interesting for value for money to rent electric bikes. It is located at Carrer de la Sínia Morera 5, less than 10 minutes’ walk from the train station.

If you plan to save money by renting a classic city bike, Bike Sitges offers day rentals starting from €15 per day. Also available electric scooters (35€ for a day) and electric bikes. It is located at Carrer de Josep Soler Tasis 13.


The car is highly not recommended for getting around Sitges due to the difficulty of parking (especially in the evening and in summer) and the high prices for parking.
It is preferable to leave the car in the facility where you are staying and move around by alternative means.

Rather high prices and often very long waiting times (especially in summer when there is a very high concentration of tourists). Here are the reasons why it is not preferable to move around Sitges by taxi.
The vehicles are easily identifiable, white in color and with a prominent logo. Check the rate in advance.


Getting around Sitges

Photo ©, Julian Walker

Sitges is almost always on foot. Especially for getting around the center and the waterfront area. For medium-range travel it is possible to use the bus that connects the most important districts of the city, the suburbs and the main points of interest.
The service is guaranteed by the Transports Ciutat Comtal company which offers an efficient and punctual service.

It is possible getting around Sitges by bus with the three urban lines, the only ones that currently operate within the Catalan city.
The lines pass through the central railway station and some strategic points: the main beaches, Passeig Maritim, Passeig de Villafranca, and others.


Tickets for public transport can be purchased directly on board the vehicle.
A bus trip always costs €1.50 per person for a one-way trip.

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