Masia Piu


In the small town of Sitges there is always a great festive atmosphere. The nightlife is intense, the people are wonderful and the Carnival party that is celebrated every year is fascinating in every way.

Sitges, a benchmark for counterculture, is a vibrant city and very respectful of the LGBT community. The typical food and drink of the area is sublime. To start, we invite you to try the Malvasia wine, made with grapes from Ancient Greece. Don’t miss the Can Llopis Romantic Museum or, if you’re in Sitges in October, be sure to visit the world-famous Sitges Film Festival, a bizarre show of horror, science fiction and fantasy films.

The narrow streets and picturesque squares filter to the boardwalk and the beach with its palms and chiringuito beach bars.

The Church of Saint Bartholomew sticks out in all the post cards and you’ll get an amazing view of the coastline there thanks to its privileged position on the seafront.

Behind the Cathedral walls you’ll find the old city and its great photo spots and artisan shops.