The town gets so vibrant with movie stars, directors, producers, journalists, and lots and lots of movies' fans! The town is busy with the projections, parties, celebrations, events. If you are in Barcelona don't miss it! you can get to Sitges in just 30 minutes. And if you are not in Spain, consider a trip, […]
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Posted by Paola of www.casitasitges.com #spain #sitges #vacation #rental #holiday #apartment Originally shared by +Spain-holiday.com Caminito del rey: World’s scariest footpath to re-open The Caminito del Rey, often dubbed the "world's scariest footpath", will reopen to visitors in southern Spain early next year. We at Spain Holiday will reminiscence and remember not so long when […]
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Gastronomic discovery of the day in Sitges: Carquinyolis It’s a Catalan biscuit we were kindly offered by the restaurant owner after (a glorious) dinner together with Moscatel wine. The Carquinyolis are a little soft but crunchy with almonds and they are very traditional type of biscuit. If you have ever been to Tuscany they might […]
Sitges has truly lots of excellent gourmet restaurants! There is everything for every taste and budget, however our favorite is “tapas”! Taps bars are a unique feature of Spanish culture and they define an ‘art of living’. Enjoy aperitif time with lots of little dishes that can make for a full dinner. Our best tapas […]
Sitges has something for everyone and its fantastic reputation makes it for a very enjoyable place to stay for your holiday. Sitges is also known for hosting festivals, events and the gay pride. Find out more about it here.
Carnival is Sitges’ most uninhibited popular fiesta. It starts on Jueves Lardo (which could be translated as Lard Thursday and would be equivalent to Mardi Gras in other Catholic countries, aside from it happening almost a week before Ash Wednesday). With the arrival of His Majesty Carnestoltes and his critical-satirical commentary on public events of the town, […]
Kids love Sitges! Check out all the activities planned for your children!