From the 1890 Sitges became a popular hangout for avant-garde art.
Currently in Sitges congregate couples, families, weekend, and gay tourists from all over Europe.
The tourism industry is especially in summer, has good beaches. In winter do not get many visitors, but in crowded Carnival.
The nightlife of Sitges is well known, the bars are concentrated in the Marqués de Montroig and Maig 1st Street (the extension), better known as Sin Street.
In a rocky crag rises most characteristic landmark of the city of Sitges, the Church of Sant Bertomeu i Santa Tecla. In turn separates the main beach called San Sebastián, smaller and quieter.
There are three museums to visit:
The Cau Ferrat Museum, which originally was the home and studio of Santiago Rusiñol, Els Quatre Gats cofounder and manager of Sitges to attract cutting-edge artists.
The Sea Maricel Museum houses paintings and crafts from the Middle Ages to the s. XX.
Romàntic Museum, housed in a mansion of the late s. XVIII, recreates the stately homes Catalan s. XIX.