Before your trip to Sitges, we recommend that you check the official information sources; your country's consulate or embassy in Spain and our social media to be informed of the situation at all times.
Useful information on primary care, hospital care, pharmacies and helplines.
Where to get your PCR in Sitges
If you are a tourist or visitor and you need to do a PCR or antigen test you can contact:
Policlínic SITGES Medical Center
Tel. +34 93 894 9595
Francesc Gumà, 25
Doubts about symptoms, mobility and restrictions: 061
Medical Emergencies: 112
Primary Care Center
Carrer Samuel Barrachina, 1
TELÈFON 061 - 93 894 75 78 - 902 111 444
Sant Camil Regional Hospital
Ronda Sant Camil s/n
Sant Pere de Ribes 08810
Telèfon 93 896 00 25
Pharmacies in Sitges
Pharmauto: Pssg. Vilanova, 72 . Tel. 93 811 38 01
Torrents: Av. Sofia, 14. Tel. 93 894 35 48
Miret: Ctra. Sant Pere de Ribes, 42. Tel. 93 894 49 11
Masagué: Ctra. de les Costes, 20 Tel. 93 894 63 48
Font: Sant Francesc, 40. Tel. 93 709 05 52
Benazet: Camí Capellans, 23. Tel. 93 894 13 31
Arroyo: Platja Sant Sebastià, 57. Tel. 93 894 34 96
Planas: Artur Carbonell, 30. Tel. 93 894 15 73
Check on-call pharmacies here (9 am to 11 pm)
BEFORE TRAVELING TO CATALONIA
International borders :
Entry is permitted to all travellers arriving from the European Union (EU) and from those countries associated with the Schengen area (Iceland, Switzerland, Norway, Liechtenstein and the United Kingdom) as well as Andorra, The Vatican, Monaco i San Marino.
In addition, entry is also permitted to all travellers arriving from the following countries, regions, administrative areas and other:
Albania, Australia, Israel, Japan, Lebanon, New Zealand, Macedonia, Rwanda, Serbia, Singapore, South Korea, Thailand, USA, China, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan.
Furthermore, entry restrictions and requirements change depending on the country of origin and the epidemiologic situation in each territory. You can check the requirements by country of origin in the following link:
Travellers can enter Catalonia by road, train, air or sea if they comply with current entry requirements at the time of arrival.
HOW TO GET TO CATALONIA
You can find more information on Catalonia's airports at the AENA website.
As the epidemic situation improves and restrictions become more flexible, boats and cruises are now allowed into Catalan ports.
Controls and requirements for entrance to the country
With the exception of a few countries, all travellers arriving to Spain, regardless of the mode of transportation used for arrival, must present one of the following certificates:
- A negative test result of a PCR test (like NAAT) or a rapid antigens test (like RAT), written in English, French, German or Spanish, and taken within 48 hours of starting the trip.
- A vaccination certificate. Valid vaccination certificates are those relative to vaccines authorised by the European Medicines Agency or the World Health Organisation.
In addition to this certificate, travellers arriving by air or sea will also have to complete a public health form before the start of their trip.
Sea travellers: complete this form.
HOW CAN I TRAVEL AROUND CATALONIA
There is no restriction at the moment limiting people's mobility within the Catalan territory, or limiting the entry to and exit from Catalonia.
It should be noted that masks are mandatory inside vehicles, such as cars, buses or trains, as well as in train and bus stations.
Train lines throughout Catalonia operate normally.
They function normally, although in areas outside major cities there might be some restrictions.
For further information on the state of taxis in Barcelona and its surrounding area, please check this link.
Public transport in Barcelona
Public transport in Barcelona operates normality.
Bus lines function with normality, although in specific lines, some limitations or changes in schedules should be expected.
Health advice and recommendations when using public transport:
- Mandatory use of masks.
- Avoid using public transport if someone is unwell.
- Avoid rush hours whenever possible.
- When exiting a place, wash your hands with soap or hydroalcoholic gel at the earliest opportunity.
- Keep the safety distance and avoid sitting facing other users.
- While waiting for your transportation, make sure you stand on a straight line and you keep the safety distance. Should the vehicle reach its maximum occupancy, please wait for the next one to come.
- Bus drivers do no longer sell tickets at the bus. You need to buy them in advance.
STATE OF CATALONIA´S TOURIST OFFER AND MEASURES
Restrictions relative to the permanent control of the epidemiological situation in Catalonia are reviewed constantly. Restrictions are reduced, maintained or increased as the pandemic evolves in the territory.
There are no restrictions to the opening of accommodation establishments. The Government of Catalonia and the Spanish Institute for Tourist Quality have provided them with the respective protocols to ensure safety and the relevant health measures.
Restaurants and Bars
Bars and restaurants are allowed to open and serve customers from 6am until 1am. Outside those hours, customers will not be allowed inside the establishment.
Bars and restaurants can have a maximum of 6 people per table indoors and 10 people outdoors, with the exception of those cases where everyone in the group is part of the same bubble. Moreover, there must be at least 2 metres between tables.
The maximum capacity allowed is 50% indoors and 100% outdoors in terraces, keeping the recommended distance between tables.
All shops can open with a 50% maximum capacity and without limitation depending on their size.
They can remain open until 10pm and until 1pm for shops offering basic or essential consumer goods.
Visits to museums, monuments, other cultural venues and events
Public museums and exhibition halls can operate up to 70% of their capacity. In addition, cinemas, theaters, auditoriums and concert halls can also operate up to 70% of their maximum capacity and never exceeding a maximum of 500 people or 1000 if they can guarantee optimal ventilation.
Cultural activities can run until 11pm.
Theme parks and amusement parks can reopen with a 30% maximum capacity. Casinos and recreational spaces can reopen too, with a maximum capacity of 100 people or with 30% capacity with ventilation.
Congresses and conventions can restart again with a 50% maximum capacity.
Currently only establishments with outdoor facilities can open to the public.
This restriction does not apply to festivals. For festivals and similar events of 500 people or more, patrons will need to present a negative PCR or antigens test.
MEASURES REGARDING SAFETY DISTANCES, MASKS, MEETINGS OR CAPACITY
Related to the measures listed below, people who have already been vaccinated are not exempt from compliance. The restrictions of COVID-19 remain in force for the entire population as a prevention measures and in favor of the common good.
It is requested to maintain a safety distance between people of 1.5m and a safety space of 2.5m2 per person.
Distances of less than 1m cannot be held indoors, except between people who travel in a group, or that have close contact on a regular basis.
The use of face masks is only mandatory for those over 6 years old when indoors. When outdoors and in public spaces, face masks are no longer required.
The use of face masks is not mandatory either for those suffering any type of respiratory illness or difficulty that may be exacerbated by the use of such face mask.
For additional information, please check the website of the health department of the Catalan Government.
Meetings and gatherings:
Meetings and gatherings are allowed as long as they do not involve crowds or exceed the maximum allowed capacity. The recommendation is to avoid meetings of more than 10 people and crowded spaces.
Tobacco consumption and others:
Smoking is not allowed on public roads or in outdoor spaces when a minimum distance of 2 meters between people cannot be respected.
You can find more information about the measures at this link.
Last update: July 9th, 2021
Official information: http://www.catalunya.com/info/covid