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  • Young people playing beach volleyball on Sitges Beach. Barcelona.

Sitges, in the province of Barcelona, offers a wide range of leisure options including, Mediterranean beaches, a mountain landscape, golf courses, sailing facilities and an interesting old town.Read more...

What to see We propose a tour around some of the standout buildings in Sitges: the Town Hall, the Palau Maricel palace and the modernist workshop and home of the writer and painter Santiago Rusiñol – Cau Ferrat. Here you can view works by the artist himself, as well as examples by El Greco, Zuloaga and Picasso. Maricel Museum and the Romantic Museum are recommended, the latter dedicated to early Catalan society. Beaches Sitges is home to 4 kilometres of beach and is part of the Costa de Garraf. The fine sandy beaches are ideal for enjoying a dip or water sports. The best known offer shallow waters with hardly any waves and more secluded spots for nudists. Gastronomy One of the most typical dishes is ‘xató’, made with curly endive, cod, tuna, anchovies and olives dressed in a Romesco sauce. Stuffed cuttlefish with potatoes and aioli or tuna stew are just some of the tasty dishes from Sitges. Festivities Sitges is worth a visit at any time of the year as fun is always on the table alongside many events such as the Fantasy Film Festival, the carnival and the Sitges Annual Festival held in August.


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Sitges


Sitges


Sitges


Sitges