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Cau Ferrat Museum

Cau Ferrat Museum in Sitges

The Museum of Cau Ferrat is located in Sitges, the famous Catalan beach resort. Cau Ferrat lies on the coast of Sant Sebastian, one of Sitges’ most popular beaches.  The museum was founded as a home workshop of Santiago Rusiñol, the ...

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Museum Maricel

Museum Maricel

The artistic complex of Maricel was built between 1910 and 1918 by Miquel Utrillo. The building was built for the American Charles Deering who wanted a home to serve all his needs and shelter his artwork. The place used to ...

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Best Shopping Places in Sitges

Best Shopping Places in Sitges

If you wish to take a break from the tanning and sightseeing and would like to get to know a bit more from what the city has to offer to fashion, make sure you know where to go. Shopping in ...

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Castelldefels

Castelldefels

Castelldefels is a municipality located in the surroundings of Barcelona. The beach town is famous for its 5km+ coastline and for being home to many famous personalities such as most of the FC Barcelona players. The city is named after the Castle situated ...

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The Story of Sitges

The Story of Sitges

Sitges, located about 30km south from Barcelona, is a town widely known in Spain for its beaches and parties. The story of Sitges starts back in 4th century, when there was a human settlement in the Iberian Peninsula. Its name ...

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The Gay Community of Sitges

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According to the Merriam-Webster dictionary, one of the definitions for the word “Gay” is: happy and excited; cheerful and lively. That’s how you can describe Sitges. Located 35km south of Barcelona, Sitges is probably the most popular gay destination in ...

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Vilanova i la Geltrú

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Ten kilometers west of Sitges and forty kilometers south of Barcelona is the town of Vilanova I la Geltrú. The 33,50 km2 area is home to approximately 66,000 inhabitants, who are mostly immigrants from developing countries. During the dictatorship of Francisco ...

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Gava – Catalan Coast and Heritage

Gava

The story of Gava begins six thousand years ago, during a time in which humans were just starting to cultivate the land to survive. The mines of Gava are some of the oldest on the continent. They were explored for ...

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Churches in Sitges

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The city of Sitges has evidence of human presence since the 4th century.  Naturally, it has a long history that is shown through its architecture and historical sites.  Spain is a country that was born from the religious conflicts between ...

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History of Bacardi in Sitges

History of Bacardi in Sitges

Bacardi is the largest spirits brand in the world that is private and family owned. It was founded 1862 in Santiago de Cuba as a rum distillery and today it owns over 200 brands and labels. Few people know that ...

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The Romantic Museum Can Llopis

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The Museu Romàntic is located in the former Casa Llopis, built in 1793 outside the walls of the medieval town and is less than 40 km from Barcelona. For many years it was one of the most impressive stately homes ...

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Carnival of Sitges

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The religious holiday Carnival is celebrated all around the world. Carnival is when you have the last chance to be naughty before lent. The Carnival of Sitges is one of the most popular ones in Catalonia. Its history is over ...

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Gay Bars in Sitges

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The beautiful Spanish coastal town of Sitges has been a popular gay destination for decades. In addition to the wide offer of gay beaches and vibrant gay bars in Sitges, the town has also another big advantage. It’s just 30 minutes ...

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