Sitges is white, and it is also blue. This town is located on the Mediterranean coast, 38 km south of the provincial capital, Barcelona
This exclusive city enjoys an excellent climate. It is said that the secret lies in the microclimate that would seem to have settled in Sitges. The mountains of the Garraf and the wind currents from the sea keep the sky free of clouds some three hundred days a year.
It has an important touristic infrastructure, with facilities and three marinas (Port of Ginesta, Garraf and Aiguadolç). It is the town with the most marinas in Spain, Port Ginesta constituting the largest marina in Europe.
Sitges is the municipality with the most marinas in Spain, with a wide water sport and sailing offer in Sitges and sailing and maritime activities, combined with entertainment services carried out in its 3 marinas with more than 2,600 moorings.
In the midst of a privileged site one finds Terramar, a golf course in which all golfers would want to have played. An exclusive paradise by the sea, an impressive 18-hole course with all the services to be expected in a major course.
Sitges’s location at the southern end of the Garraf Massif, a limestone mountain range that constitutes a natural barrier, acts as a stop to the entrance of the cold northern winds. This privileged position makes it possible for the town to have a microclimate of its own, with mild summers and winters.
Sitges has the privilege of housing cultural events of worldwide renown, such as the International Fantasy Film Festival or the most unruly of festivities in the Sitges Carnival. It also boasts the Modernist museum Maricel, the Cau Ferrat and the Bacardí house.