The Church - Perched on rocks overlooking the beach, L'església de Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla is
the parish church of Sitges and dominates the skyline.
The Beaches - One of the main reasons most people come to Sitges
every year is for the beaches, stretched out over a seafront of about four kilometres.
Starting at the nudist Platja dels Balmins at the east of the
church, you pass through plenty of busy beaches around the centre of town, with sun loungers and
a variety of places to eat and
drink. Walk a little further along the promenade, where the crowds
start to disappear, and take up your own space in peace and quiet.
For the really adventurous, walk past the end of the promenade and take
the coastal path to two secluded nudist beaches.
The Old Town - Most of Sitges is covered by strict planning regulations so its appearance has changed
little over the years. The architecture is typically Catalan, and all of the shops and restaurants are local
names rather than the international brands that have replaced the character of so many other resorts.
The Museums - Learn something of the history of Sitges from the town's three charming museums.
Museu Romàntic celebrates the life of a wealthy 19th century family in Sitges.
Museu Cau Ferrat features Picasso, El Greco and a fine collection of the Sitges artist Santiago Rusiñol.
Museu Maricel brings together a collection of antiquities with artefacts from later periods.