The town has a wide range of unique culture on offer, making it one of the country’s reference points. To start with, we have our museums, among which the Cau Ferrat Museum and the Maricel Museum both stand out, declared a site of national interest. We also have the Palau de Maricel and the Fundació Pere Stämpfli, with contemporary art collections and many art galleries. Finally, we have a varied range of events, Festival Internacional de Cine Fantàstic de Catalunya [Catalan International Fantasy Film Festival]. Culture Lovers, welcome home!
Sitgestiu - the summer program of music, art and experiences of Sitges Museums and the Department of Culture - will present eight recitals of two operas at the Gold Hall of Palau de Maricel: Madama Butterfly and Cavalleria Rusticana. The main course of the program, which presents various activities (concerts, heritage routes, workshops ...) between July 11 and September 1. Both operas will be represented by the Petita Companyia Lírica de Barcelona.
The Maricel Museum is dressed up again to host a first-level exhibition, which shows to what extent the European context of wars marked the Catalan artists and their work. The exhibition Realism in Catalonia (1917-1936), From classical Picasso to surrealist Dalí presents paintings by Picasso and Dalí, along with other pieces by artists such as Joaquim Sunyer, Alfred Sisquella, Josep de Togores, Ángeles Santos or Joan Miró. It is an initiative of the Museums of Sitges, the Museum of Valls and...
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.