Sitges is one of the most representative towns of the Costa de Garraf, Barcelona's southern littoral. Beaches with pristine waters, some of which have been awarded the blue flag eco-label and the proximity of the mountains make Sitges a privileged destination. The urban centre is also worth a visit with it´s interesting shops and lively bars and restaurants. It also has some beautiful buildings such as the churches of Sant Bartomeu and Santa Tecla.
Sitges' cultural calendar includes important events such as the International Vintage Car Rally, Catalonia International Film Festival and the Corpus Christi celebrations. In addition, the traveller has three different museums to visit: the house-studio of Rusiñol exhibits his works next to paintings by El Greco, Zuloaga and Picasso, the Maricel Museum contains Romanesque, Gothic and Modern art collections and the Romantic Museum delves deeply into nineteenth-century Catalan society.
Sitges has innumerable restaurants in which to sample the local cuisine and they can be found in lovely places such as the historic quarter, the harbour and along the beaches. Tasty local dishes include “xato" made with curly endive, cod, tuna, anchovies and olives, with a Romescu dressing (made with roasted chilli peppers, toasted almonds, garlic and olive oil), stewed cuttlefish with potatoes and ali-oli and "fideua" (paella made with macaroni instead of rice). These dishes can be enjoyed with a delicious wine from the surrounding areas such as Alella, Penedés or Pla de Bages.
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