Holiday Villas in Sitges | Spain's St. Tropez
Located a mere 30 minutes south of Barcelona, the town of Sitges is often referred to as the Saint-Tropez of Spain. It is mainly due to the town’s vibrant nightlife and beautiful beaches. Sitges is located in Catalonia, located between the Garraf Massif and the sea. The town is very international. Around 35% of the 26,000 permanent residents hailing from the United Kingdom, the Netherlands, France, and Scandinavia. Sitges also has a long-standing history of motor racing in Catalonia. Sitges is also has an extensive artistic reputation, dating back to the late 19th century. The painter Santiago Rusinol took up residence in the town during his summers for creating. Additionally, the town grew into a countercultural hub during the 1960s. Our holiday villas in Sitges are perfectly located for you to enjoy the best the town has to offer.
Holiday Villas in Sitges: A Holiday in Spain’s Saint-Tropez
Our holiday villas in Sitges have great access to the best activities in the town. This Mediterranean coastal town is located in the Garraf area in the province of Barcelona. Enclosed by the Garraf mountains and, with is fortunate position on the Mediterranean, Sitges has a tepid “micro-climate”, which allows you and your family to enjoy outdoor activities almost every day of the year. Sitges has amazingly beautiful beaches. When you’re visiting the town, make sure to visit the Platja de Sant Sebastia, located on the eastern part.
Plan your stay in our holiday villas in Sitges around the many entertaining events the town hosts throughout the year. Among these events, you can attend the Sitges International Fantastic Film Festival of Catalonia, Carnival, the Festa Major, Theatre Festivals, The Barcelona-Sitges Vintage Car Rally, and Harvest Festival.
Our holiday villas in Sitges also offer quick access to the fun sites and activities you and your family can enjoy during your stay. Start your visit with the Cau Ferrat building, which was previously home of the artist Santiago Rusinol. After his death, the artist – well-known in Spain for being one of the more prominent leaders of the Catalan Modernist movement, gave his house and work within it to the municipality, with the sole condition that the house be changed into a publicly accessible museum.
After your museum trip, enjoy Sitges’ amazing cuisine in one of their many traditional restaurants. The town is well known for its fresh fish and seafood rice dishes. Our holiday villas in Sitges are also close to the Passeig Maritim, a wide waterfront boulevard designed for pedestrians. The walkway, along with providing beautiful views of the ocean, is full of cafes, ice cream shops, and restaurants to enjoy.
Our holiday villas in Sitges are also close to the Old Town centre, in particular an old fisherman’s neighbourhood, and a 15th century Church of Sant Bartomeu and Santa Tecla.
If you are able to make it during this time, Sitges also has a great carnival, at the end of Lent.Folk dances and xatonadas (a traditional local salad served with omelettes) are served often. The most enjoyable moments of the carnival are the Rua de la Disbauxa, also known as the Debauchery Parade, and the Rua de L’Extermini, which translates roughly into the Extermination Parade. Our villas in Sitges are also a close drive to the Garraf Natural Park, where there you can enjoy beautiful sights, a beautiful monastery and abandoned villages. This small seaside town has so much to offer!