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Destination guide

Sitges, Barcelona condos offer events, beaches and more

The town of Sitges is just a short distance to the southwest of Barcelona, and is primarily known for its cultural arts scene, particularly as the home to the famous Sitges Film Festival. There are also several beaches in town if you're looking for more outdoor adventure from your Barcelona villa rental. In town, you'll find an extensive selection of restaurants featuring Xató, the local signature dish. If you travel during February and March, you can also enjoy Carnaval. Local villas tend to be on the more luxurious side, but you can find a handful of affordable options.

 
History

Holiday homes near Sitges historic sites

Sitges has plenty of fascinating historic sites to explore on your trip. Holiday homes are available near places like the Museum of Railways of Catalonia, a family-friendly rail museum in a former roundhouse with steam, diesel and electric trains, and Biblioteca Museu Víctor Balaguer, a 19th-century museum and library with a collection of international paintings, sculpture and other works. History buffs will also like Edifici Miramar, a neoclassical mansion and city landmark near the historic centre.

Things to do

Sightseeing near holiday homes in Sitges

You'll find a wealth of enthralling attractions practically on the doorstep of your Sitges holiday rental. Perched on a rocky headland, overlooking the glistening Mediterranean, the Church of Sant Bartomeu and Santa Tecla is the town's most imposing historical landmark. It's a fascinating mish-mash of architectural styles, complete with Gothic tombs and a gleaming Renaissance altarpiece. The Cau Ferrat Museum is located in the former home of pioneering Modernist artist Santiago Rusinol. It's a treasure trove of ancient and modern art, including masterpieces by the likes of Pablo Picasso. At the nearby Maricel Museum, you'll find everything from Gothic wood carvings to Romanesque murals, all served up alongside romantic ocean views.

Activities

Things to do near Sitges holiday homes

Sitges' jam-packed events calendar ensures there's always a reason to return. Sitges Carnival attracts hordes of revellers from every corner of the globe each February, for 7 days of colourful street parades, eclectic live music and fancy-dress fun. Meanwhile, culture vultures are enthralled each October by the Sitges International Film Festival, regarded as one of the world's leading festivals for fantasy and horror cinema. In summer, Sitges life revolves around its blissful, golden-sand beaches. Enjoy an invigorating morning jog along an expansive paved promenade, take to the glistening waters for a spot of leisurely sailing or adrenalin-pumping jet skiing, or simply soak up some rays with an ice-cold beer in hand.

Weather

Local weather for your stay in Sitges holiday homes

Sitges holiday rentals are in particularly high demand throughout the peak summer season of June to August, when days are typically long, dry and sunny. You may find it easier to land a good deal on accommodation by visiting in spring or autumn. Temperatures during these shoulder months are more likely to be pleasantly warm rather than sizzlingly hot, but you should still be able to get your fair share of beach time. Winters are generally mild by European standards, but you'll find the weather more conducive to bracing beach walks than swimming and sunbathing.

Natural features

Hillside hikes around Sitges

Sitges is sheltered by the gentle slopes of the Garraf mountains, resulting in a unique microclimate that often ensures warmer weather than in nearby Barcelona. The mountains themselves are the ideal spot for a scenic, gently challenging hike. Here you can explore a landscape of unspoilt scrubland, dotted with fragrant rosemary and thyme plants and Mediterranean fan palms. Tread gently, and you may catch a glimpse of darting rabbits, stately tortoises or imposing wild boars. Keep one eye on the sky, and you might also spot majestic falcons or eagles circling overhead.

Beaches

Top beaches near Sitges holiday homes

The beaches in Sitges are one of its biggest draws. Holiday homes are available near places like Playa de San Sebastián, a scenic, picturesque beach with an adjacent promenade with various restaurants and shops, and Platja de l’Home Mort, a serene beach with a cliff backdrop and calm waters. You'll also enjoy Cala Morisca, a peaceful, hidden cove with a clothing-optional beach and bar with panoramic water views.

How to get there

How to get to and around Sitges Town Center

The nearest airport is in Barcelona (BCN-Barcelona Intl.), located 14.7 mi (23.7 km) from the city centre.

If you'd prefer to travel by train, you can make your way to Sitges Station.

Can I find a vacation rental around Sitges?

Yes, our 2021 property listings offer a large selection of 1,258 vacation rentals near Sitges. From 270 villas to 694 flats & apartments, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Sitges for a holiday or a weekend are on Vrbo.