“ Ctra. C 246 / km.38 08870 Sitges 34 / Tel: 938941080. „
I have stayed at this site a few times, but NEVER NEVER again. I agree with all the above negative coments and would also say that the staff are extremely rude. No way is it a holiday to stay at Camping Sitges, more like 2 weeks at a P.O.W camp.Next time I will stay at the camp site next door Camping El Garrofer. It doesn't look quite so pretty, but then looks aren't everything. The Staff are so much friendlier and helpful, it too has a pool and a restaurant and shop and a bus stop right outside for trips into Barcelona.I can't tell you how disappointing this site is.
Ok I will be honest and overall we were disapointed from the start. The only positive thing we can say is that the toilets were spotless. No wonder there are no pictures on the website of the tent areas. It was I lumpy bit of soil. We had to pay 24 euros for an electric connector. The shop is overpriced and you can get everything cheaper by walking in to the town. Don't even get me started on the pool area. No sun loungers, rude staff more concerned about you wearing shoes and eating than safety. One woman was forced to put her cigarette out in the shower. She is on holiday and was enjoying a cigarette outside harming no one but herself! The little man on reception was also extremely rude. He told us 3 times that on departure day we mustn't use any facilities after midday. He even had his shower police on patrol just to be sure we didn't use the shower. Hardly a way to treat customers that already paid over the odds to sleep on grass in a dump with too many house rules. We will not be returning and will choose somewhere were we can actually chill out and have fun. Hopefully somewhere with no shoe police, no pathetic rules, no rude little men, cheaper shops, and somewhere with some facilities for those customers on late flights. Even the most basic of hotels provide a room or let you shower. Camping sitges are only after your money so beware. Ps the bungalows are nothing like the website suggests. My garden shed is bigger and nicer. Other rules by the way included no BBQs on the floor, no access after 8 or 9pm, no eating at the pool, no drinking, no eating, diving, splashing, smoking, etc. Also if you are there on a Saturday then go out and stay out all night because you will not sleep because of the disco close by that they forget to tell you about. Take my advice and don't waste your money to be controlled, robbed and dictated to.
If you are looking to relax and enjoy yourself, this is not the place for you. There are no sun loungers around the pool, and the 'pool rules' are ridiculous - no eating, drinking, smoking, wearing of shoes etc etc. The lifeguards job seems to be about policing the pool and telling patrons off for minor 'offences' rather than actually making sure people are safe. And they need to be told that clicking of fingers at people is unlikely to receive a warm response.
Do not purchase anything from the on site shop. Walk 25 minutes into town instead where everything is at least half the price. The supermarket near the train station in town was excellent.
Our flight home wasnt until 10:30 PM, and we were told on several occasions that we were banned from using any of the facilities after 12:00 noon on the day. 'Facilities' included the pool, showers and even the toilets. A definite case of 'we have had your money all week, now go away' - no thought whatsoever given to providing good customer service to encourage repeat business.
We had thought about renting a bungalow, but were glad we didnt due to the cost and the fact that they are tiny.
On a positive note, the showers and toilets were exceptionally clean and well maintained by the cleaning staff.
We will not be visiting again.
Kathy, age 34, Liverpool UK
I first discovered this campsite half a lifetime ago, as a resting spot on my month-long interail journey. Now, as a more mature and less-frezied travaller, it's become an annual event, via next-to-nothing Ryanair flights.
On every visit I've found this site to be well run and clean. The showers are always hot and the ample sanitary blocks are well looked after by very meticulous staff.
Security is treated seriously at Camping Sitges. When you've checked in with the the gent in the office, he'll jump on his bike and make one one his regular tours.
Look out for Les, originally from Southend and now firmly entrenched with Spanish wife and family. If you visit one year, he'll remember you the next . . . and possibly your name!
Camp here and you'll mix with like-minded people from all over Europe. A happy place to be.
See you in March!