Let your senses guide you...
Taking a stroll and losing yourself in Sitges’ old town stimulates your emotions. A visit that shows that Sitges is a unique destination. With the sound of the sea as your company, we suggest taking a trip through the town’s history, strolling along its cobbled alleyways, lined with palaces and ancient castles as well as historic buildings from the Modernisme and Noucentisme movements. Go with the flow...
The route runs through streets full of history from Sitges’ first expansion with modernist houses, driven by the residents who emigrated to the Spanish colonies in Latin America and returned as successful entrepreneurs, thus forming the new middle class in Sitges.
Memory of our Houses Route
The Sitges we know today, the town we have inherited, is the result of many converging realities, upon which men and women have built their own individual histories. Many of these histories have gone beyond the walls enclosing them and left their mark in our local reality, steeping into the town's skin and defining its identity.
Route of Souls
A stroll through the most intimate parts of Sitges, visiting the old Sant Sebastià cemetery, with a rich heritage from different ages and funeral sculptures from the end of the 19th century by recognised sculptors such as Josep Llimona, Frederic Marés and Pere Jou.
Sitges Rainbow Tour
Route following the LGTBI history of Sitges. English and Spanish languages spoken.
Tour of the sculptural park
Sitges has a wide range of sculptures from many different authors and periods that enrich public and private spaces in the city.
Sculptures on the street
The Sitges Town Council cataloged sculptures in public spaces in Sitges a few years ago.