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Highlights in Sitges
- Incredible nightlife
- Fantastic and renowned film festival
- Fantastic and delicious cuisine
- Cocktail heritage
- The best parades and fun in the streets
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Holiday rentals and lettings in Sitges
Sitges is a small town but it provides plenty of different areas for tourists to enjoy. A rental in the town centre or the old part of town will always be close to the bars, shops and cafes lining its streets. For more secluded properties, away from the bustling atmosphere in the centre, look for a rental in the area of Massís del Garraf, Levantina and Montgavina. Find the rental that suits your needs and enjoy a fantastic time in Sitges.Exclusive amenities for a luxury stay
Sitges caters many kinds of travellers but as one of the most expensive areas in the Costa Daurada, you can find luxury rentals and exclusive properties that give you not only privacy but all the facilities that makes a stay a very lavish one. Fantastic indoor and outdoor swimming pools, beautifully looked after gardens, private residential areas with surveillance and direct access to the beaches. State of the art kitchens, home automation and fantastic views over the Mediterranean Sea. Groups, families and couples will find the right letting to enjoy a fantastic time in the glamorous Catalan town of Sitges.
Holidays in Sitges
The area and getting around
Based southwest of Barcelona and backed by the mountainous Parc Natural del Garraf, Sitges is a Mediterranean coastal location with fantastic beaches, a cool promenade lined with exclusive mansions and the best carnival in Catalunya. Several events are held throughout the year, being the Film Festival, one of the most important ones. The LGTB community has a great presence in this town and culture and art, are in every corner of Maricel Museum and Cau Ferrat Museum. Starting at Plaça Cap de la Vila and ending at Plaça de l’Ajuntament, the narrow streets running out from it are full of beautiful staircases with colourful flowers. The centre and the old town are full of lovely cafes, unique shops and fabulous restaurants. Wander the streets and enjoy a chic flair by the Mediterranean.A world of luxury and glamour
Luxury residential areas, golf courses, splendid beaches and delicious cuisine that brings together the most representative dishes of the Catalan coast. Try the fish dishes and shellfish at the restaurants close to the fantastic marina. Practice some nautical sports and set sail with a professional skipper or sail the boat yourself if you have a skipper license. Remember to read Spanish maritime rules before starting your journey. The location is ideal to go for a day trip to Vilanova i la Geltrú, Castelldefels, Gavà and Olivella. Explore the Catalan coastline and its beautiful resorts.
Travellers and activities
Sitges hosts one of the world’s foremost international festivals with cutting-edge sci-fi and horror cinema as the main topic. We are talking about the Sitges Film Festival (Festival Internacional de Cinema Fantàstic de Catalunya). Early October, the town becomes a huge cinema and films are shown at several venues all over the town. Screenings, presentations and exhibitions are in order! This festival was born in 1968 and today is a rendezvous for cinema lovers eager to know about the most recent tendencies and technologies applied to the audiovisual world. The status of Sitges grew little by little and has received super stars, directors and producers from all over the world. Quentin Tarantino, George Clooney, Jon Voight, Cameron Diaz or Anthony Hopkins are just some of the distinguished guests of an extensive list.Sitges for beach lovers
It’s time to hit the beach. Sitges has not just one, not two, but seventeen beaches! Two of them are behind the church and the rest, in front of it, running across the whole beachfront with golden sand and palm trees. Every street in town leads to the promenade and the beachfront. The beaches are varied and people go where they feel more comfortable and the ones catering specific groups. La Fragata, la Ribera and Terramar Beach are great for families. Platja dels Balmains and Aiguadolç are the two nudist beaches. And the gay beach is La Bassa Rodonna, where the gay couples hang out. Remember, Sitges has a very open attitude to the gay community. The front is lined with cafes and restaurants to enjoy a cold beer or a nice seafood paella in front of the sea.
Sitges Carnival became very famous thanks to the rivalry between the Societat Recreativa El Retiro and the Casino Prado, making them compete against each other and improve their creativity year after year and maintain the high standards of this famous festival to this day.
Top 5 travel tips in Sitges
The Mediterranean diet and the proximity to the sea, makes the Catalan cuisine a very varied, balanced and exquisite one. Well known around the world, most recipes are based on fish, fresh produce and excellent meat. In Sitges you can enjoy seafood recipes at the best restaurants in town. You can find them in the Old Town and at the waterfront. Try La Nansa or El Trull, two of our recommendations for fish and seafood rice dishes.2. Wiggle and mingle at the liveliest carnival
Sitges is a small town compared to Barcelona, the big neighbour. But when it comes to carnival time, Sitges becomes the biggest party ever out in the streets. Around late February, early March, the streets fill up with parades, colour, loud music, party bold fancy dresses costumes and after-hours shindigs! Partygoers dancing and people from all over the world come to Sitges and celebrate one of the world’s 10 top carnivals. This is a winter festival worth celebrating! Are you joining us?3. Master the Mojito cocktail making
The story of rum is usually linked to Cuba, but what people might not know is that the story actually starts in Sitges, when Facundo Bacardí founded the famous brand, becoming one of the most important rum makers. Nowadays, Casa Bacardí shows visitors the story of making rum and offers tours and group bookings to learn how to make the perfect mojito! A splash here, a clap there, rum, ice and mint. The best mojito ever with the genuine Bacardi rum. Get ready to raise your glass!4. Hike the Garraf Natural Park
Sitges is blessed by impressive nature and stunning landscape. The Massís del Garraf is a small natural park where you find the Garraf Natural Park. Walk the marked trails and enjoy a day out surrounded by nature, a Buddhist Monastery, abandoned villages and impressive views. On the way back, if you do not wish to walk, you can take the train from the next town. Enjoy your walk!5. Enjoy Sitges at night
A stay in Sitges wouldn’t be complete without a night out. At night time, the town has a different atmosphere. When the “Street of Sin” (Carrer del Pecat) comes alive, Santa Bonaventura offers a tamer night, still fun and full of music. Pubs, cocktail bars, gay bars and drag performances will fill up your night out. If you want to add fantastic views to all the fun, have a cocktail at the rooftop Skybar in the MiM hotel.
FAQ: Frequently asked questions about holiday rentals in Sitges
At an average price of £207.72 per night, Sitgeslies at theupper end of the price range for holiday lettings in Spain.When are holiday rentals cheaper in Sitges?
According to our most recent historical data, the months that hurt your pocket the least in Sitges are February, November, and March, with average prices from £165.61, £181.21 and £181.69, respectively.When are holiday rentals more expensive in Sitges?
In 2019, the month that had the highest annual average in Sitges was August, with an average price of £273.26 per night. This was followed by July, with an average of £247.2, and September, with £246.5.Do I need to plan a trip to Sitges well in advance?
So you don't run out of accommodation options in Sitges it is necessary to be proactive, as 57% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.Which months offer the highest availability?
In 2019, the months with the largest number of properties available in Sitges were April, March, and May with average availabilities of 57.5%, 57% and 56.5%, respectively.When are there fewer rental options available in Sitges?
The months with the lowest propereties available in Sitges are, in order, August, September and October, with respective average availability figures of 11.8%, 18.75%, and 30.75%, based on data collected in 2019.Are there many holiday lettings in Sitges?
Holidu offers around 1400 properties in Sitges from 27 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We have everything you need!