Hello everyone, welcome back to my blog!!

Yesterday I had so much fun in Sitges! I went there to spend the Saturday and It was such a lovely day!

Every summer I spend my holidays in Sitges, it’s a beautiful coastal village and I’m in love with it!! I’ve had every year the time of my life there 🙂

So, today I’m gonna show you what I did in Sitges. My favourite corners and places to go and to eat. If you haven’t been there yet, I really recommend you to go. It’s near from Barcelona but it’s sooo different! There’s calm near the sea and there’s party in the Calle del Pecado. You can have the most delicious dinner next to the church and the best drinks in the most comfortable chillouts.

If you don’t have any plan for the weekend, now you know where you can go.

Ayer me lo pasé genial en Sitges! Fui a pasar el sábado y fue un dia muy bonito!

Cada verano paso mis vacaciones en Sitges, es un pueblo costero precioso y es que estoy enamorada de él!! He pasado muchos momentos buenísimos allí 🙂

Así que hoy, os voy a enseñar que hice en Sitges. Mis rincones favoritos, sitios para ir y para comer. Si no habeis estado allí todavía, os recomiendo mucho ir. Está cerca de Barcelona pero es taaaan diferente. Hay calma cerca del mar, hay fiesta en la Calle del Pecado. Puedes tomar la comida más deliciosa cerca de la iglesia y las mejores bebidas en los chillouts más cómodos.

Si no tienes ningún plan para el fin de semana, ahora ya sabes dónde puedes ir.

Just enjoying the morning with a nice walk along the Paseo de la Ribera
Military jacket: Cabeli Sitges / Clutch: Chesco Barcelona

Things to DO

Just walk, enjoy the promenade near the beach, watching other people walking, contemplating the beautiful architecture.

Shopping is always a good idea. There are a lot of shops in Calle Mayor. My jacket is from one of those shops in there!!

Cosas que HACER

Solamente caminar, disfruta del paseo cerca de la playa, viendo otras personas caminar y contemplando la preciosa arquitectura.

Comprar es siempre una buena idea. Hay un montón de tiendas en Calle Mayor. Mi chaqueta es precisamente una de las tiendas que se encuentran allí!!

We had a snack before lunch. Tipical ”Sevillanos” in a lovely Chiringuito


My favourtie food spots / Mis sitios preferidos para comer

  • La Fragata:  excellent place to have dinner. The food has great quality.
  • El Trull: my number one favourite place to eat. Steak Tartar is their star dish.
  • Greys: such a nice place to have a fancy menu. You can see some photos of what I had in here.
  • Cal Pintxo: best Paellas in the village are here! Service is excellent and the views are wonderful.
  • Red Velvet Bakery: perfect place to grab a snack or have a coffee. With bio and vegan products.
Refreshing soup of carrots and coconut
And bio homemade hamburger with caramelized onion and fries.
Tarte Tatin for dessert 😛 yummytummy


Things to SEE / Cosas que VER

  • The Calle del Pecado at night. The best place to have a drink and watch the gay atmosphere with music and a lot of pubs around.
  • The Hippy Market along the Paseo de la Ribera.
  • Esglèsia Santa Tecla. It’s the skyline of Sitges.
  • Museu Cau Ferrat. The main atelier and house of Santiago Rusiñol.
  • Palau Maricel. It’s part of the artistic combination in the historic centre of Sitges. It was built between 1913 and 1916.
Majestic church of Santa Tecla. (XVII)



History of Sitges

Sitges was known as a cultured village, cosmopolitan. In its centre, a lot of sculptors, painters, composers, lived and worked there. Such as Miquel Utrillo, Joaquim Sunyer, Antoni Català, Josep Carbonell, Charles Deering. Lot of bohemian people was living in Sitges, or having some holidays, to get some inspiration to write or paint. It was the meeting point for these people during the Romanticism and Modernism.

Historia de Sitges

Sitges era conocida como un pueblo culto, cosmopolita. En su centro, vivian y trabajaban muchos escultores, pintores y compositores. Como Miquel Utrillo, Joaquim Sunyer, Antoni Català, Josep Carbonell, Charles Deering. Mucha gente Bohemia vivia en Sitges, o pasaban unas vacaciones, para obtener inspiración para escribir o pintar. Era el punto de encuentro de la gente de ese momento durante el Romanticismo y Modernismo.

Deitals full of art.


San Sebastián Beach

More things to SEE / Más cosas para VER

  • Santuari Vinyet. It’s a religious building included in the Inventari del Patrimoni Arquitectònic de Catalunya. It was built on the 1727. It’s a neoclassical sanctuary.
  • Casa Bacardí. It’s settle in the historic Old Market built on the 1890. Sitges was where Facundo Bacardí was born. There you can learn some history of Bacardí and also learn how to make the originals mojitos.
  • Corpus. It’s a traditional festival in Sitges. The streets are covered of flower carpets. It’s amazing. Also, there are a lot of DJ’s with great music.
  • Port d’Aiguadolç. It’s a beautiful harbour. There’s leisure and restaurants.
  • Gay Pride Sitges. This is the festival of the year in Sitges. It lasts for 5 days and there’s a lot of entertainment. Such as DJs, Pool Partys, Shows, Parades, BBQs and a lot more.
Architecture and Mediterranean beauty
Black Jeans: TopShop / Shoes: NoDoubt


Sitges is the perfect place to get lost and enjoy walking around its old streets full of art and history.

Un día precioso y soleado 🙂
Navy Style is perfection
Calm Corner, my favourite.
Sitges is a lovely place to live, to spend holidays, the weekend or even a day. -Carme

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