From the old fishermen's village called 'Blanca Subur' rises the town of Sitges, a byword for culture, a cradle of Catalan Art Nouveau and a city of film. Boasting unmatched beaches and sun 320 days a year, its traditions and artistic sensitivity come together in museums and manors, true architectural jewels. A place for discovering unforgettable corners, for strolling and relaxing alongside the sea and for savouring rich cuisine with a seafaring heritage.
The essentials- Follow the Modernista Route and the Route of the Americans.
Vineyards were the most important crop and gave rise to the production of aiguardent (brandy) and the famous Malvasia wine variety, exported to America since the 18th century. The fishing industry has all but disappeared, while cultural and tourist activities have become the most active economic sector. It is also considered an upscale residential municipality. Thus, the retail offering is strong and exclusive.