23rd June 2024
Sitges News

Bears Week returns in full force to Sitges, with over 10,000 visitors expected

The International Bears Week has returned to Sitges in full force, after two years of being suspended due to the Covid pandemic.

The organisers are expecting a significant influx of visitors, reaching around 10,000 people during the weekend of 10-11 September. This figure would exceed the 8,000 people who attended previous editions, reaffirming that the Sitges Bears Week remains one of the most popular, with great international diversity.

The week (although in reality it will last 11 days) started here on 2 September at 8pm, with an inauguration that took place at the Hotel Calipolis. Various activities have also been organised by a range of sponsors and partners. On 8 September, for example, the Hotel ME is set to organise a barbecue at Beso Beach, and there are also special Bears Dinner-Shows at Queenz Cabaret Restaurant, as well as barbecues organised by the Le Patio restaurant.

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