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Hotels in Sitges

Situated 35km from Barcelona, Sitges hotels offer access to magnificent beaches, lively bars, countercultural film festivals, avant-garde art collections and mouthwatering Mediterranean cuisine.

Carnival

A lively destination that developed over the 20th century as a countercultural alternative to Barcelona, Sitges is a seaside resort with a distinctly fun personality. The centre point of this celebratory atmosphere each year is the Carnival, held from February to March. Over this period you'll find the streets rammed with party-goes enjoying events such as the Debauchery Parade or the Extermination Parade, when the town is full of over 40 different floats.

Art

Sitges was an important location for the development of Modernist art at the beginning of the 20th century and there are a number of excellent galleries in the town to visit. The Museu Cau Ferrat was built by the pioneering Modernista artist Santiago Rusiñol in the 1890s and is today full of his own art as well as work by Pablo Picasso and El Greco. Another key art centre in Sitges is the Fundació Stämpfli Art Contemporani, a gallery that focuses on modern art from the 1960s onwards.

Each year Sitges is home to the Sitges Film Festival, one of the better-known film festivals in the world and the foremost international festival for fantasy and horror films. The festival has been held in October each year since 1971.

Beaches

There are 17 glorious beaches along the coast of Sitges, ranging from grand stretches of sand to tranquil hidden coves. All of the beaches are within easy reach of the town centre on foot, and there are plenty of choices here for all holidaymakers, whether you're planning on making sandcastles with the kids, swimming in the warm Mediterranean waters or lounging around on the shore with a good book.

Food and drink

There is a fantastic array of food and drink on offer in Sitges, from tapas to Mediterranean cooking. El Pou is a welcoming place to treat your taste buds to gourmet tapas while El Trull offers Spanish cuisine with a French and Italian twist. Sitges' seaside location also means that the area is renowned for delicious seafood. La Nansa close to the waterfront is one of the best places to go for freshly caught fish.

Nightlife

Sitges is a celebrated gay-friendly destination, and the gay club scene in the town is one of the liveliest outside of Barcelona. Organic Club is one of the more popular gay clubs and is open until early in the morning. For something a little less intense, Bar Voramar offers a more traditional Catalan drinking experience, with a range of expertly made cocktails and live flamenco and jazz music.

Further afield

A short journey east along the coast will take you to Barcelona, home to a staggering variety of shops, restaurants and bars as well as some of Europe's most iconic attractions, including the Sagrada Família and the Gothic Quarter.

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