Author and Journalist
After arriving for lunch at Santa Maria almost two decades ago, Stephanie Theobald decided life in Sitges was for her, and settled in an apartment on San Sebastian beach to write. Now she’s working on her new book and memoir, Sex Drive, and embracing the ‘anything goes’ vibe of the town.
Stephanie's Top Tips:
Stephanie’s Top Tips
- Lunchtime begins at 2pm in Spain. The daily menu is great value – you can get three courses and wine for around €12 if you know where to go.
- Go to the beach early – around 8am – if you want some quiet time. Don’t go from 2 to 5pm!
- When you’re here, just go with the flow. The Catalan people are very tolerant, and it’s great to talk to others in shops and learn a few phrases before you come - people will be really impressed.