Attractions

Top Choice Museum in Sitges

Museu del Cau Ferrat

Built in the 1890s as a house-studio by Catalan artist Santiago Rusiñol, a pioneer of the Modernisme movement, this seaside mansion is crammed with his own art and that of his contemporaries (including his friend Pi…
Church in Sitges

Església de Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla

Sitges' most striking landmark is this 17th-century parish church, sitting proudly on a rocky outcrop lapped by the sea, which separates the 2km-long main beach to the southwest from the smaller sandy strands to the…
Beach in Sitges

Platja de Terramar

About 2km southwest of central Sitges, Terramar is a fine 395m beach of golden sand, with paddleboat rental and deck chairs in summer.
Beach in Sitges

Platja de la Bassa Rodona

Sitges' most famous gay beach (though gay sunbathers are spread out pretty evenly across these days).
Museum in Sitges

Museu Maricel del Mar

This seafront building entered through the adjacent Museu del Cau Ferrat houses a vast collection of Catalan art spanning the 10th to 20th centuries, including works amassed by the town of Sitges and local collector…
Gallery in Sitges

Fundació Stämpfli Art Contemporani

Within an old wood-beamed fish-market building is this minimalist 20th-century European art gallery. Whitewashed walls and shiny tiled floors draw all eyes to the primary colours of bold pop art and modern art. Disp…
Beach in Sitges

Platja de l'Estanyol

Dotted with chiringuitos (beach bars) and sunbeds for renting, this sandy beach sits 500m southwest of central Sitges along the Passeig Maritim.
Beach in Sitges

Platja d’Aiguadolç

This brown-sand beach lies 1.5km northeast of central Sitges, slightly removed from the town-centre frenzy.
Beach in Sitges

Platja de la Fragata

This buzzing beach overlooked by Sant Bartomeu church is the most immediate option from Sitges centre.
Beach in Sitges

Platja de les Anquines

A small shell-shaped strand of sand, 2km southwest of Sitges centre. It's a slightly quieter option.