Things to see in Sitges
Tourist sights of Sitges
Church of San Bartomeu and Santa Tecla – This church, with its sea views, is one of the best-known, most characteristic motifs of Sitges. It was constructed in the 17th century, on top of the ruins of two past churches. You might even recognise its asymmetrical silhouette from numerous postcards. Where: Pl. del Baluard, unnumbered. When: from 9 am to 8 pm. How much: free.
The “Calle del Pecado” –Since the 60s, the “Street of Sin” has been famous for its nightlife, leading to its nickname. With hundreds of pubs, bars, clubs and restaurants, the party here often keeps going until the small hours, although it’s also worth a look during the day. Where: C/ Primer de Maig.
Museums in Sitges
Maricel Palace –Situated among the streets if the old quarter known as “the corner of calm”, this Art Nouveau building houses various private collections and two museums: the Cau Ferrat and the Maricel Museum. The palace can be visited with prior reservation. Where: C/ Fonollar, unnumbered.
Cau Ferrat – This was the residence of famous Catalan artist and writer Santiago Rusiñol, and displays some of his works, as well as those of other famous painters from around the same time period such as Ramón Casas and Pablo Picasso.
Maricel Museum – Contains a collection of more than 3,000 works of Mediaeval and marine art, as well as that of artists linked with Sitges.
You can check entrance prices and timetables of the museums of Sitges on their official webpage.
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