La Santa Maria

Address: Paseo de la Ribera 52, Sitges, Catalonia, 08870, Spain and Canary Islands | 3 star hotel
 
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This 3 star hotel, located on Paseo de la Ribera 52, Sitges, is near Museu Romantic ("Can Llopis"), Museu Maricel, Baqueira Beret, and Museu Cau Ferrat.
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      TravelPod Member ReviewsLa Santa Maria Sitges

      Reviewed by bijou

      Paella By The Sea

      Reviewed Sep 7, 2009
      by (6 reviews) Sydney , Australia Flag of Australia

      Do yourself a favour and try the Paella, made with love and an old family recipe, it was the best we had in Catelonia. The staff were delightful, friendly and welcoming, the view across the road to the boulevard and the beach gives this restaurant the perfect location and it's a great spot to sit in the afternoon and watch people as they pass by! I recommend this Restaurant

      This review is the subjective opinion of a TravelPod member and not of TravelPod.com.

      TripAdvisor Reviews La Santa Maria Sitges

      3.50 of 5 stars Very Good
       

      Travel Blogs from Sitges

      DAY 9: Thursday , 11 September

      A travel blog entry by calogie on Sep 11, 2014

      ... how we wanted to spend this morning but it is all submitted now. There are time limits to submit the claim so it is a weight off our minds. Off to start the rest of our day now. ... We headed out just after 1pm to the northern beaches today. On the way we stopped at a patisserie and Pudd himself a cream roll which he almost had kittens over - he loved it. We continued on down to the gay beach on the northern side. It's a nude beach but most guys don't go ...

      Que? I'm (not) from Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by staciehall on Aug 31, 2013

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      ... I figure I picked up enough watching Sesame Street as a kid to count, exchange greetings and know the names of food nouns (very important). Except in this part of Spain the Catalan language (a dialect which is the official language of Andorra and a mix between French and Spanish) is spoken. Another curve ball..........cool!

      Which brings me to my motto for next week's ride through the Pyrenees - ...

      Spain - Barcelona

      A travel blog entry by tereza-gonzalo on Jun 11, 2013

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      ... liked it even more. I believe it would be ideal to spend there more time - at least 5-6 days. It would be also necessary to travel to Barcelona with a higher budget to be able to enter all touristic attractions. Barcelona has not only a great nightlife but also very interesting day life. It´s a modern city with many historical buildings, it´ s clean and the beaches? UFF :) I could keep counting for a while. I believe we will be back in Barcelona one day.





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      Barça

      A travel blog entry by morgannorwood on Mar 22, 2013

      9 photos

      ... that's really common in Europe.) Finishing our drinks, we did a little souvenir shopping and then it was time to head to the Palau de Música Catalunya for a piano concert. This was incredible for a few reasons. 1. My Spanish was good enough to get directions to the place. 2. My mom was able to stay awake until 11:30 after being jet lagged. And 3. This guy was amazing. I've never heard anyone play a piano like he could. The whole night he played ...

      Gay-spotting

      A travel blog entry by dennis.deneuto on Sep 29, 2012

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      ... mentioned several times that the Spanish find it unusual when a Brit speaks Spanish, but I am not joking when I say that the whole carriage stopped talking and turned round to stare. And they had no compunction about staring. It was like that scene in the Yorkshire pub in "American Werewolf in London". I appreciate that some of them might not have been reacting to the language, instead thinking "well why didnt he check before he got on?", but the impact on me was the same. I felt ...