Sitges is a great destination to discover as a family, at any time of year: urban beaches next to the seafront promenade and children’s playgrounds, like the one in Terramar, an old quarter, ideal for a stroll while imagining its past. There is also the fishing area and boats in Port d’Aiguadolç; the Carnival and children’s street parades; there is the Parc del Garraf for hiking and enjoying incredible views, and loads of attractions nearby, such as Port Aventura, Tibidabo and the Museu del Ferrocarril de Vilanova (Vilanova Railway Museum). What we want to say is that here, you will all enjoy yourselves!
On Monday June 8, the Port de Sitges-Aiguadolç celebrates Marina Day, the day of the marinas of Catalonia.
The traditional procession of the boats will be on Thrusday, July 16 at 8 pm. When finished, there will be "havaneras" and hot rum.
Sitges will celebrate one of the most traditional festivals in the city with a program full of religious, playful and cultural events.
The sculpture was shown for the first time at the Festival Sitges Reciclart. Sitges has Biosphere certification that certifies the town as a destination for sustainable and responsible tourism. The work symbolizes the commitment of the City by saving waste.
Yet another summer, the Sitges Marina is holding its “Midnight Concerts Festival”, taking place from July 12th to August 14th in the Marina Auditorium, beside the Captaincy Tower.
From Thursday 24th – Sunday 27th October, the 7th annual Sitges Live festival will see musicians from Ireland travel to Sitges, for a four-day festival of internationally recognised Irish, Catalan and European musicians, artists and performers.