Sitges

Sitges Rugby Club has classes for children from 4 onwards on Saturday morning.             Recommended by Rebecca Laidlaw Contact Details: Camp Municipal Santa Barbara s/n, 08870 / info@rugbysitges.com / www.rugbysitges.com...

A colourful and modern space for children and families to enjoy their time together experimenting, playing and discovering. Mondays to Fridays from 9.00h to 16.00h  it is a daycare space. From 17.00h to 20.00h there are organised workshops and activities. Other events are held at the weekend. Consult the website for more details....

Sitges Sailing Club is located on the Fragata beach and offers a range of sailing and windsurfing courses for children and adults alike.             Recommended by Rebecca Laidlaw Contact Details: Passeig de la Ribera / +34 937 432 057 / cns@nauticsitges.com /  www.nauticsitges.com...

Sitges Tennis Club is a small club located in the urbanisation Levantina. You will find people of all levels and ages to play with, but you can also improve your tennis with their coaches at reasonable prices. They have 4 clay courts that are well maintained. There's a bar and refreshment area...

Tikotta offer riding lessons in an arena or route, stabling and training. Children from the age of 8 can go out on routes with the ponies. For those who can not ride lessons are offered as part of a group or one to one. Lessons are bilingual (Spanish and English). Situated 13...

Justine Garner Dance School have two branches currently running, one in Stockwood / Whitchurch, Bristol, UK and the other in Sitges, Spain. In Sitges they teach children from age 2 1/2 years and upwards and also have an adult Tap class, so all ages are welcome to join. They teach ISTD...

This family beach is also a hit with locals and visitors alike and is situated to the east of the church, directly beneath the old town. Sant Sebastià beach is approximately 200 meters in length, and about 25 meters wide and is flanked by a lovely promenade with nice restaurants, cafes and bars overlooking the beach.         Recommended by Leigh Contact...

Garraf Park covers an area of 12,820 hectares of limestone hills, which in contact with water and air, have eroded over time to form caves, potholes, sinkholes and limestone pavements. Although the lack of variety of trees can grow a little boring (pinepinepinepine), this is a good quiet escape and...