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Sitges - Beach Promenade
Spain

Sitges is located about an hour south of Barcelona and especially during summer and weekends known for a great place for partying. Also a well known town for summer vacation Sitges has lots of nice beaches with bars and restaurants nearby. The prices are higher than average due to these "circumstances".

Copyright: Carsten Arenz
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Tags: beach; promenade; sea
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