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Mirador de Sitges
Spain

Lookout high above the charming beaches and cliffs of Sitges. With its main church. Sitges is a touristic Mediterranean town located a few kilometers far from Barcelona, close to the small mountain massif of Garraf.

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Tags: mirador; sitges; barcelona; españa; spain; playa; costa; turismo
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