Some recent news articles about Sitges.
The most expensive house in Spain is located in Sitges, and costs 10 million euros
The house is located near the beach. Marbella, boasts the home with the second-highest price in the country.
Barcelona Reporter, 29 December 2009
Sitges: the St Tropez of Spain
In the Catalonian city of Sitges, Paul Clements is captivated by raked beaches, languorous charm and a metropolitan heartbeat.
The Telegraph, 15 July 2009
Six of the best carnivals in February (not Rio)
Kitsch is to the fore with a huge drag show and more sequins than Nashville.
The Times, 28 January 2007
Travels: A world apart
Sitges is the gay holiday capital of Europe. But that is changing as families invade.
New Statesman, 18 September 2006
Asian offerings to dominate Catalan film fest
This year's Catalonian International Film Festival in the eastern coastal resort of Sitges will have a strongly Asian flavour, with China's Johnnie To and South Korea's Park Chan Wook both entering contributions.
Channel NewsAsia, 2 September 2005
Sitges 2005 is Coming!
It's that time of year again, when Film Fests rule the world. Coming this October is SITGES - the International Film Festival of Catalonia!
JoBlo's Movie Emporium, 24 June 2005
Fly me to the dunes
The perfect place for beach fidgets; this atmospheric old town has some of the best beaches on the Costa Dorada, and just beyond the wide, palm-lined promenade are countless bars, restaurants, galleries and museums.
The Telegraph, 11 June 2005
The clock was melting, and so was my heart
Sitges, the seaside town where the Catalan "School of Light" developed and a young Picasso hung out.
The Independent, 6 March 2005
If Barcelona is the party capital of Spain, then Sitges is its chill-out zone. Just over half an hour south of the Catalan capital and saved from the development hell that has blighted much of Spain's Mediterranean coast, this is where the disco kids come to wind down.
The Guardian, 18 September 2004
New taste of old-world Spain
Sitges, located 30 minutes south of Barcelona, enjoys a reputation as one of Europe's premier gay resorts. Nearly every guide on the town mentions "300 sunny days a year" and "gay mecca" in the same sentence. This usually leads to a full-on description of Sitges's annual Carnival, a weeklong precursor to Lent that makes our Mardi Gras look like a Sandra Bullock movie.
Boston Globe, 26 October 2003