What to see
If we just go for a stroll in the old town, we’ll realize the charm of the city‘s narrow little streets, that preserve the historic aspect of the village and take us back to the past time. Every street here leads us to the sea and reveals the special light of Sitges that has won the heart of the Modernist painters who visited the city at the time.
From among the main monuments to see we’ll find:
\"The museum houses an important collection of works of pottery, wrought iron, archeology, ancient glasses and highlighting above all. An extensive gallery with Rusinyol, Zuloaga, Casas, Utrillo, Picasso and Camarasa works among others, which include two magnificent paintings of Greco\"
\"The new Maricel Museum. Made by over three thousand pieces of the more diverse source, the collection includes Romanic murals, examples of Gothic panel painting, modernist sculptures ... Since 1995 the Maricel Museum also houses the Sitges Art Villa Collection \".
"The Romantic Museum is located in a house of the late eighteenth and early nineteenth century, perfectly preserved, the famous Can Llopis. The museum has the most important collections of antique dolls of the artist and writer Lola Anglada, with more than 400 pieces. "
\"The PalauMaricel is a palace built in the early twentieth century at the Fonollar Street. Something to be highlighted is the classrooms d\'Or i Blau, the cloister and the terraces, where you can have a wonderful view of the Mediterranean Sea. It is one of the most important population buildings.\"
"The asymmetrical silhouette, on a hill presides the beach, is one of the most characteristic images of the town of Sitges. The church still has several altarpieces and we also have to mention two annexed chapels from the nineteenth century. The Baroque organ parish church, dates from the 1690s. "
"The city council of Sitges is located in the interior of a public building built in the late twentieth century and located in the Town Hall Square, on the promontory of the Point, historic center of the Sitges town, next to the Parish Church of SantBartolomeu and Santa Tecla. The cultural agenda: http://bit.ly/K6rhcd ".
"Casa Bacardi is a permanent visitor center located in Sitges, birthplace of Facundo Bacardí Massó, founder of the most consumed rum brand in the world. Casa Bacardi offers participants the experience to participate in the history of Sitges and its relationship with Americans and the Bacardi family, to enter later on in the life of Don Facundo and the revolution he brought, about 150 years ago, to the process of Rum elaboration ".
"It occupies an area of 12,820 hectares. We can find the other Eramprunyà and Olivella castles, between the classic routes of hiking in the Garraf. As representative birds we can find: the rock thrush, the Blue Rock Thrush, Black Wheatear and Black-eared Wheatear, Ortolan Bunting, the Thekla Lark, Tawny Pipit and some endangered species, like the hawk and eagle, as well as other raptors ".
"Path which takes us along the city discovering the architectural gems from the era of Americans (Sitgetans who emigrated to America looking for fortune, and when they come back they invested much of his savings in building buildings and mansions). This route has around eighty buildings and monuments built in different styles: romantic neoclassicism, eclecticism, modernism and novecentismo. Path divided in 4 itineraries".