The Spanish St Tropez

Sitges holidays offer the opportunity to visit a beautiful cosmopolitan resort on the Costa Dorada; a perfect choice if you’re looking for a more soulful, traditional twist on the usual, more conventional Spanish beach resort.

Tourists have been taking holidays in Sitges for over a century, but it wasn’t until a lot more recently that the mass tourist market grabbed a hold – it is known by many as the Spanish St Tropez. It has narrow streets, pretty promenade areas complete with intimate tapas bars and seafront restaurants and an amazing 17 golden sandy beaches.

Sitges holidays have a very exclusive feel to them, with many mansions and villas some of which have been known to have been owned by famous Barcelona footballers, and has many upmarket hotels – it is also a renowned area for avant garde art and houses many art galleries and museums.


Currency: Euro

Language: Spanish

Time Difference: GMT +1

Religion: Roman Catholic

Location

Map showing the location of Sitges View Sitges on the map

Enjoy a Day Trip to Barcelona

The resort gives great access to the lively city of Barcelona with its striking Gaudi architecture, which is around 30 minutes away by train or road, a place that is seen by many as Europe’s premier city break destination. Sitges is also only a short transfer from both Barcelona and Reus airports. It is popular especially in the summer months with the gay community and also plays host to many carnivals and fiestas throughout the year.You can also find numerous water sports on offer here as well as plenty of other activities such as golf and horse riding – Sitges also has some fairly prominent motor racing heritage, with numerous car and motorbike rallies taking place here over the years. If you’re looking for coastal Spain with a difference then book your holidays to Sitges at Latedeals.co.uk.

Places to Visit

Sitges architectural heritage

– The parish church, the Maricel Palace, the many ‘American’ houses which are all named after their owners who emigrated to Cuba in the 19th Century, and the town’s museums.

Barcelona City Tour

– You can discover this amazing city by coach, bike or on foot, taking in the Gothic Quarter, Barcelona Cathedral, Olympic Stadium and the Picasso Museum. Enjoy a cable-car ride from Montjuic and take in views of the Barcelona skyline from above.