Sitges means colour. Or better said: Sitges means many colours. Sitges means freedom. Everyone is welcome. And it has been like this for many years. As a result, the town is one of the world’s leading tourist destinations for gay, lesbian, transsexual and bisexual visitors. Irrespective of your age or where you come from, the atmosphere here is both unique and special, cosmopolitan and tolerant, fun and relaxed. Furthermore, the selection and the concentration of bars and hotels is unrivalled. In short: are you going to miss out on all this?
Eighth edition of the Vintage Sitges Jazz Festival, a consolidated event in the cultural calendar of Sitges.
This year marks the 11th edition
On Monday June 8, the Port de Sitges-Aiguadolç celebrates Marina Day, the day of the marinas of Catalonia.
Gay Pride Sitges celebrates its tenth anniversary this year and is now ranked among the top 5 Gay Prides in the world.
From June 1 to 10, more than 40.000 visitors will be attending this event during which hotel occupation is expected to be 100%. The 10 main nationalities of the public at last year’s edition were from: Spain, United Kingdom, France, Holland, Germany, Switzerland, Ireland, United States, Italy and Sweden.
Yet another summer, the Sitges Marina is holding its “Midnight Concerts Festival”, taking place from July 12th to August 14th in the Marina Auditorium, beside the Captaincy Tower.
From Thursday 24th – Sunday 27th October, the 7th annual Sitges Live festival will see musicians from Ireland travel to Sitges, for a four-day festival of internationally recognised Irish, Catalan and European musicians, artists and performers.