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Sitges is a lovely town, a seaside resort some 35km southwest of Barcelona in Catalunya, Spain.

Sitges has one of most vibrant and hippest gay scenes on the coast. The beaches are very colorful and fun! The city which overlooks the Mediterranean has large avenues, narrow streets, a museum and the gorgeous beaches of Costa Dorada/Golden Coast

Get in

From Barcelona: You can get there by train or by car. The easiest way is by the Spanish Railways (RENFE). The journey by train from Barcelona costs €3.00, and takes around 35 minutes. Direct trains leave from Passeig de Gràcia or Sants stations - from Plaça de Catalunya a change is required at Barcelona-Sants. There are four trains an hour - two fast trains and two stopping trains.

By car, there are two routes - either via the C-31 (a local road which winds its way around the cliff faces) or the C-32 (a toll motorway). The C-32 is recommended for speed and safety, however it costs around €5, while the C-31 is free.

By Air, the closest international airport is Barcelona/El Prat de Llobregat(BCN) airport (Sitges is accessible by train, changing at El Prat de Llobregat). Reus/Tarragona(REU) airport is an alternative,for regional flights (Sitges is accessible by train changing at either Sant Vicenç de Calders or Vilanova i la Geltrú).Girona/Gerona(GRO) airport is over 125 km in Costa Brava.

Get around

Walk or taxi cab; it is a charming small city.

The best way is rent an electric bike.


  • Cau Ferrat: this house was owned by Santiago Russiñol, a modernist painter that gave a lot of life to the movement. many parties where held here, and now you can see paintings, sculptures, etc. the name comes from Cau, ("place") and ferrat, ("made of iron"), since the place has many decorative items made of these materials.
  • This museum has a small Picasso, several el Grecos as well as some small pieces by a range of Catalan modernists


  • Beaches: there are 11 beaches of varying sizes, the most famous of which is perhaps Platja de St Sebastian, located just northeast of the Cau Ferrat.

Major Events

  • Santa Tecla Festival. between 15th and 23rd September. One of the most important Spanish traditional festival, between 15th and 23rd September. It has been celebrated since 1321 and it has been considered of national touristic interest by Spanish government. Human towers, historical parades and fireworks are some of the main activities.


Local souvenirs;Catalan/Spanish music {Serrat};Spanish/valencian music{Camilo Sesto}. In Sitges (unlike nearby Barcelona) all of the shops are allowed to open on Sundays. You will find a wide range of fashion stores around the city. Several of them carry top brands. Pedestrian streets on the city center get quite crowded on Sunday afternoons with tourists and people from Barcelona buying. Be aware that several shops on the afternoon open just after 17:30 and stay open until 21:00.


  • Fragata. Paseig de la Ribera (under the old church). One of the best fine dining restaurants in Sitges with wonderful harbour views and stunning food. Inspired by the local fish and seafood but delivered with a style and flair that sets it apart.


The streets near the waterfront are filled with street cafes. Local youngsters gather on the beach after nightfall.


  • Andy's Rooms. San Juan, Sitges - Located in the heart of the old town, gay owned and operated. Beautiful rooms in a 500 year old Catalan Casa,
  • Hotel Celimar, ☎ +34 93 811 01 70. Passeig De La Ribera, 18. Modest rooms, with bath & shower, facing onto the beach front, about 30 minutes drive or train west out of Barcelona. About €100 per night for a double room.
  • Mediterráneo Sitges · Hotel & Apartments. This 4 stars apartment-hotel is in a great location right on the beachfront. The apartments have a bedroom, lounge, marble bathroom, kitchen and private terrace. You are directly on the beach and a short walk from the town centre.
  • Hotel Sunway Playa Golf Sitges, Paseo Marítimo 92-94, ☎ +34 93 894 18 39, fax: +34 93 894 14 64, e-mail: info@sunway.es. Check-in: noon, check-out: noon. On the Sitges Promenade, by the sea and next to the golf course. 4-star hotel with doubles, studios or fully equipped apartments, most of them with sea views.
  • Sitges Hills Villas (http://www.sitgeshillsvillas.com/), Avinguda del Port d'Aiguadolç, 4 08870 Sitges, ☎ +34 659 516 745, e-mail: ali@sitgeshillsvillas.com. A collection of luxury designer holiday villas and beautiful farmhouses with private swimming pools in and around the town of Sitges.

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Sitges, Spain - City Map

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Looking for an easy-to-use, pocket city map that you can carry around with you, wherever you go without having to juggle with foldable maps that quickly turn into a complete mess? The Glob:us city maps is all you’ll need to have the whole city within arm’s reach: clear, black & white maps, at a comfortable scale, with all the points of interest included, plus a handy streets index, so that you’ll never miss a thing again. So, are you ready for your next adventure?

Out Around Barcelona/Sitges (Out Around - Thomas Cook)

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Out Around Barcelona/Sitges has been researched, written and photographed by gay authors and photographers, to give a fully integrated mix of gay specific information, such as gay life and the scene in the city of Barcelona and the resort of Sitges, as well as general recommendations to the best places to see and stay.


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Sitges is light turned into white town, with the blue strip of the sea. It was founded by Iberians and Romans, and was the capital of Modernism. The Garraf massif protects it and almost makes it an island, half way between Cuba and Greece, but with a very singular personality. However, Sitges is a plural word, and that alone tells us everything. A small multiracial, multicultural and multi-everything town. A welcoming retreat of calm and civilisation, which knows how to turn to debauchery at Carnival time. The artistic and cultural trail, marked by great names, continues along its path with studios and art galleries. Sitges, moreover, is a city of congresses, quality hotels, sailing, open-air sports, popular and sophisticated gastronomy, cinema, with the film festival, and well-known personalities, who wander around unnoticed like any other citizen of Sitges.

Lonely Planet Discover Barcelona (Travel Guide)

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Lonely Planet: The world's leading travel guide publisher

Lonely Planet's Discover Barcelona is your passport to the most relevant, up-to-date advice on what to see and skip, and what hidden discoveries await you. Explore out-of-this-world Gaudi architecture, graze on tapas as you go bar-hopping, or stroll along the carnivalesque La Rambla; all with your trusted travel companion. Discover the best of Barcelona and begin your journey now!

Inside Lonely Planet's Discover Barcelona:

Full-colour maps and images throughout Highlights and itineraries help you tailor your trip to your personal needs and interests Insider tips to save time and money and get around like a local, avoiding crowds and trouble spots Essential info at your fingertips - hours of operation, phone numbers, websites, transit tips, prices Honest reviews for all budgets - eating, sleeping, sight-seeing, going out, shopping, hidden gems that most guidebooks miss Cultural insights give you a richer, more rewarding travel experience - history, art, architecture, politics, food, wine, sport Free, convenient pull-out Barcelona map (included in print version), plus over 21 colour maps Covers Barri Gotic, El Raval, La Ribera, Barceloneta, L'Eixample, La Rambla, Montjuic, La Zona Alta, Gracia, El Born and more

The Perfect Choice: Lonely Planet's Discover Barcelona, our easy-to-use guide, filled with inspiring and colorful photos, focuses on Barcelona's most popular attractions for those looking for the best of the best.

Looking for a comprehensive guide that recommends both popular and offbeat experiences and extensively covers all of the city's neighborhoods? Check out Lonely Planet's Barcelona guide. Or check out Pocket Barcelona, a handy-sized guide focused on the can't-miss sights for a quick trip. Looking for more extensive coverage? Check out Lonely Planet's Spain guide for a comprehensive look at all the country has to offer, or Discover Spain, a photo-rich guide to the country's most popular attractions.

Authors: Written and researched by Lonely Planet, Regis St Louis, Sally Davies and Andy Symington

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Out Around Barcelona & Sitges, 2nd (Out Around - Thomas Cook)

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Gaudi and Chips Volume One

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Gaudi and Chips;This short story collection takes a humorous peek at expatriate life in Spain over a period of three decades. The stories are mainly told through the eyes of three characters; a brick layer, an English teacher and a barman, who share similar hopes and dreams of a better life in sunny Spain.

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