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Sitges’ location is not just advantageous for visiting the town, it is also a strategic setting that makes us an ideal departure point for discovering other places of interest in Catalonia which are also World Heritage Sites, such as the Poblet Monastery, the Tarragona archaeological ruins, the modernist works of Antoni Gaudí, Montserrat and Camp Nou stadium.
Conjunt arqueològic de Tarraco
These ruins, declared a World Heritage Site in 2000, are an extraordinary witness to what was one of the most important cities of the Iberian Peninsula during the Roman Empire’s rule.
La Barcelona modernista
Barcelona is the world capital of Modernisme and a city where the universal legacy of the great master of this artistic movement, Antoni Gaudí, can be admired, with masterpieces such as the Sagrada Familia, La Pedrera and the Casa Batlló. You can also visit the impressive Palau de la Música concert hall.
La Roca Village
After 70 km, we arrive at La Roca Village, to find more than 130 boutiques with the most international brands at discounted prices.
Monestir Budista Sakya Tashi Ling
In the middle of Parc del Garraf, after a meandering journey on foot or by car, we find this unique area of peace and reflection. Located in a modernist palace from 1890, once inside the monastery you can visit the museum, carry out activities, workshops, relax or even go on a retreat.
Monestir de Poblet
The Poblet Monastery is one of the most important monastic complexes in Europe. Declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, it forms part of the so-called Ruta del Císter (the Cistercian Route) and represents one of the best examples of Gothic architecture and sculpture in the country.
Montserrat is, without doubt, the most iconic mountain in Catalonia and one of the most unique in the world. Its peculiar morphology and the ancient tradition that surrounds it is cause enough to talk about this magical mountain.
Museu del Ferrocarril de Catalunya
In the neighbouring area of Vilanova i la Geltrú you can find a museum dedicated to the history of rail travel. It is a renowned point of reference for learning about the history of this mode of transport. The museum is located in the former Vilanova locomotive depot and is ideal for bringing along the little ones who, in addition to having their own area, often stand awestruck in front of the trains from different periods on show.
Camp Nou is one of the most spectacular and highest-capacity football fields in the world, as well as being home to one of the best teams on the planet. A temple for fans of Barça and football in general, as well as hosting the most visited museum in Catalonia.
Parc d’Atraccions del Tibidabo
Located at the highest point on the Collserola mountain range and with incredible views of Barcelona – especially at sundown –, Tibidabo is the second oldest amusement park in Europe. Opened in 1905, the park is host to gems such as the Museu dels Autòmats (the Automata Museum) and its famous aeroplane, combined with more modern attractions such as a rollercoaster and the Virtual Express, a train which offers an unforgettable journey thanks to virtual reality.
The best amusement park in Spain and one of the most spectacular found anywhere in Europe is located 45 minutes away from Sitges by car. The area features three theme parks to spread your adrenaline across and enjoy different types of entertainment: PortAventura Park, PortAventura Caribe Aquatic Park and Ferrari Land. Guaranteed fun for the whole family among unique surroundings including six hotels to put your feet up or recharge for the following day.