However it’s the large number of festivals Sitges holds throughout the year that gives the city its lively reputation. Summer time is when Sitges is at its busiest with the Sitgestiucultura (SitgesSummerCulture) programme playing host to a packed line up of concerts, exhibitions and recitals.
The gay pride festival in July is homage to Sitges popularity as a gay holiday destination and attracts visitors from all over the world. The highlight of the Festa Major celebrations in August is a spectacular firework display around the church and harbour that can be best enjoyed from the town’s beaches.
Every October the world-renowned Sitges Film Festival celebrates the movie genre of fantasy and horror with screenings of more than 300 movies and attracting thousands of film buffs as well as the movers and shakers from the film world. However, the biggest festival of all is known as Carnival and is held in February. It attracts around 250,000 visitors every year to the town, all there to experience the amazing street parades, vibrant costumes and non-stop partying.
The key to the enduring popularity of Sitges as a holiday destination is in it’s sheer diversity and broad appeal. Whether you’re after a beach holiday, cultural retreat, a party or a bit of everything, Sitges caters to just about every type of visitor. You’ll be happy you came.
Here is some more useful information about Sitges and the surrounding area;
A History of Sitges
Sitges & Rum - The Bacardi Rum Story
Sitges Carnival - The Hottest Ticket In Town
PortAventura - A World Of Theme Park Fun Less Than An Hour From Sitges
Awesome Fun on Your Sitges Holiday: Aqualeon Water Park and Safari
5 Great Daytrips From Sitges
What To Do On A Sitges Holiday
Food Lover's Guide To The Top 3 Restaurants In Sitges
The Sitges Climate and Weather - What To Expect
An Overview of Sitges – Your Two Minute Guide
A History of Sitges
Sitges Culture and Festivals
The Sitges Film Festival