Sitges Jardins De Terramar

As a new VR photographer it is my aim to document as much of the town where i live and work, this is not for monetary gain but merely to bring the beauty of Sitges and Olivella to more people.

The gardens of Terramar, Sitges designed by Miquel Utrillo date from 1919 and were formed as part of the redesign of the Terramar area of Sitges.

They were designed to be an area of tranquility , a space to relax and to be enjoyed by all.

The gardens have a huge range of mediterranean vegetation and trees and today host areas for kids, football and you can even book a wedding to be held in the gardens. A visit on a sunday morning demonstrates this. 

There are lots of areas to sit and relax.

Copyright: Neil Scott
Type: Spherical
Resolution: 6000x3000
Taken: 08/11/2009
Загружена: 09/11/2009
Обновлено: 02/03/2015


Tags: sitges; breakwater; sea; sailing; outdoors; beach; gay; church; film festival; gardens; botanical; weddings; kids; terramar; miquel utrillo; catalunya; mediterranean vegetation
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