Sitges is home to lively nightlife and an inviting beach with special festivals you may not want to miss, just half an hour from Barcelona. For beachfront fun, Sitges offers both Platja de Sant Sebastià for more relaxing excursions away from the hustle and bustle along with Platja la Bassa Ronda, which is known for its thriving party scene, especially during the summer.

If you’re looking for a thrilling nightlife experience, Sitges has got you covered with institutions like the Casa Bacardi, home to the iconic Bacardi Rum. While often associated with Cuba, the actual founder hails from Sitges. Plus, you’ll find plenty of bars and clubs throughout town, including the popular Carrer del Pecat, or Street of Sin, and the Carrer Santa Bonaventura, which is a bit tamer. Of course, one of the most popular events in town is the Sitges Film Festival, which draws in visitors from around the world, including celebrities.

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