Sitges, located half an hour’s drive south from Barcelona and blessed with a mild climate,
offers 2 1/2 miles of beach with a delightful sea-front promenade featuring art nouveau
colonial mansions in front of the Mediterranean sea. The enchanting Old Town, perched on a
rocky hill surrounded by splashing waves on the coastline and a cozy beach, takes you to a
sequence of White narrow lanes where you discover a Gothic or Renaissance building every
Sitges, known by its tolerance, boasts a relaxing atmosphere where all visitors are welcome
regardless of colour, religion or sexual orientation, attracting particularly the European gay
community during the high season. Being home to plenty of artists, illustrious citizens and a
cultural hub since more than a century, this small town has many art galleries and museums.
Among the highlights, the Cau Ferrat museum, the Palau Maricel and the Romantic museum.
(The visit to museums is optional)
Strolling through this reputed upmarket beach town and its well preserved Medieval Quarter
will probably seduce you with its charm.
We will give free time after the cultural walking tour, and you can go to the beach while you
eat in some restaurant we can recommend you.
Not Included: Museum and Transport