5 must-visit places in Sitges

12th May 2022
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Here are five places you cannot miss when in Sitges.

Sitges is one of the most iconic towns in Catalonia and Spain. Best known for its carnival and International Film Festival, it boasts many charming places. So, if your next stop is Sitges, here are our top 5 recommendations:

  1. Parish of San Bartomeu i Santa Tecla

    This is a must-visit monument in Sitges. Built in the 17th century, it is located on a hilltop, offering stunning views of the bay and the church. Two beautiful vistas in one place. It also has a seaside promenade you can walk around the building.

  2. Old Town of Sitges

    Can you imagine a Mediterranean city? White houses, cobbled streets, and commemorative signs and plaques everywhere. The best introduction? You have to see it for yourself. You'll love it!

  3. Cau Ferrat Museum

    The Cau Ferrat Museum is an iconic establishment. Instead of being a museum today, Cau Ferrat was a cultural hub in Sitges and Catalonia. It was a cultural reference founded by the Catalan artist Santiago Rusiñol. It is open to the public, and everyone can appreciate its cultural legacy. It is so important for Catalan and Spanish culture.

  4. The Promenade

    The Promenade is a truly beautiful place, where the coast unfolds in all its glory. Along the seaside, you can take a leisurely walk, enjoying the gentle breeze, and the sound of the waves is a constant whisper of marine secrets. Here, the panoramic view of the sea merging with the horizon creates a stunning backdrop. It's a haven of serenity, where the hustle of daily life fades away, making way for contemplation and relaxation. Cafés and restaurants with ocean-view terraces offer delicious meals. At dusk, the promenade turns into a magical stage, with twinkling lights and colors blending into a unique visual spectacle. Every step on this walk is an invitation to explore the natural beauty and find peace amid the marine landscape. An ideal place for a pleasant stroll and to enjoy the gastronomic offerings.

  5. Correló de la Rectoria

    Can you imagine a street so narrow you can touch both sides with your arms outstretched? That's precisely Correló de la Rectoria. It takes you from the Old Town to the Promenade near the Church of Sant Bartomeu I Santa Tecla. A very peculiar place for taking photos (and getting lost in Sitges' charm).


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