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Located in the Catalan region of Spain, Sitges is a beach resort city just 35 kilometers south of Barcelona. Tucked in between the Garraf Massif and Mediterranean sea, the mild climate and rocky coastal landscape makes Sitges a popular destination year round. Many are attracted by Sitges' artistic bohemian scene, large selection of beaches, lively nightlife, quiet picturesque surroundings and excellent dining. All of this brings a diverse, international crowd to Sitges that includes a large gay population as well as straight, young and old, singles, couples and families. Sitges hotels offer more than just a beach resort stay, but a chance to take in a range of different hot spots and sightseeing. Venere will help guests pick the right location along with the right price by offering detailed search criteria, special savings and hotel ratings from past guests.

What's Sitges Like?

Sitges reputation has been cemented, in part, by its Carnival celebrations and annual film festival. It has morphed from a bohemian refuge of the 1960's into a hot tourist destination. Sitges' hilly winding coastline presents stunning views while a lively boardwalk keeps crowds moving between the beaches, outdoor cafes, and nightspots. It also includes no less than four museums as well as 17 beaches. Sitges hotels mix quiet beach solitude, with scenic wanderings and an active nightlife. The quiet narrow streets leading to the sea offer an eclectic array of shops, restaurants and cafes, and well-manicured exteriors. The central historic district, along with the boardwalk and smaller beaches around the center of town, are where most of the crowds gather. Of course, the night scene adds even more local color with the most popular clubs and bars being along a street called "The Street of Sin."

Tips for Getting Along with Locals in Sitges

Sitges has an international community with a large portion of northern Europeans living there. Therefore, it seems easy enough to blend in and speaking Spanish or Catalan is not as crucial as in other parts of this region. Beach goers and late-night partiers will feel at ease as will those looking for more hi-end dining and relaxation. Local cuisine includes Xató, a dessert cake called coca de llardons, fideuada, and Malvasia (a liquor often served at dessert). Due to the city's popularity, in particular as a gay hotspot and vacation destination, it has become one of the most expensive places to live in Spain. Yet, Sitges hotels meet a variety of needs and price ranges. Venere helps guests find the best hotel for them, partnering with exclusive hotels and offering detailed reviews for the best possible savings and specials in Sitges.