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The monastery of Santa María de Montserrat is a Benedictine abbey located on the mountain of Montserrat, belonging to the region of Bages, province of Barcelona, at a height of 720 meters above sea level. Administratively it belongs to the municipality of Monistrol de Montserrat, although some of its adjacent lands enter the municipality of Collbató. It is a symbol for Catalonia and has become a pilgrimage point for believers and a must for tourists. The legend places the discovery of the image of the Virgin of Montserrat around the year 880. Then the cult to the Moreneta began. However, the origin of the monastery is uncertain: it is known that, around 1011, a monk from the monastery of Santa María de Ripoll came to the mountain to take charge of the monastery of Saint Cecilia, leaving the monastery under the orders of Abbot Oliba of Ripoll.

Distance from Sitges:
73 kms / 1 hour 5 min
0,00 € in tolls by C-15;
76 kms / 1 hour 10 min
6,95 € in tolls by C-32/B-23/B-40;

Monastery parking:
6,5 € per day per car


A natural park where the patron saint of Catalonia is worshipped

In the heart of Catalonia stands a mountain of unique shapes and moles of grey stones, a spectacular massif that on its summit houses the image of the Virgin of Montserrat, patroness of Catalonia. In this natural park, full of pines and holm oaks, and populated by squirrels, wild boars and gynecologists, among other species, there are numerous itineraries and guided tours in which to know its nooks and crannies. At its summit, stands the majestic Sanctuary in which the Moreneta is venerated, the carving of the virgin, of Romanesque style, dating from the twelfth century. The architectural complex consists of several squares and the basilica, originally from the 16th century and rebuilt during the 19th century. There is also a guest house for pilgrims and visitors.

Nearby is the Benedictine Monastery, with its beautiful chapter house, the Neo-romanesque cloister and the refectory, renovated in 1925 by the architect Puig i Cadafalch. The Museum also houses works by artists such as Picasso, Dalí and El Greco. You can also visit the New Audiovisual Space and the Open Air Museum, which, through an audioguide, takes the visitor to discover modernist sculptures or the Santa Cova (chapel attached to the rock in which it is told the image of the Virgin was found)

Portaventura World is a leisure complex, located in the municipalities of Vilaseca and Salou in Spain. With 4.7 million visitors during 2017, it is one of the main attractions of the Costa Dorada, with Portaventura Park, the most visited theme park in Spain and the sixth in Europe. It also has a water park, the Caribbean Coast, and Ferrariland, an exclusive space for motor lovers.

Distance from Sitges:
73 kms / 50 min
6,05 € in tolls by C-32 y A-7
80 kms / 55 min
9,24 € in tolls by C-32 y AP-7


Universal Studios Port Aventura is located in the heart of the Costa Daurada of Tarragona. It includes the first theme park in Europe dedicated to Ferrari, icon of speed, next to a water park, a wellness center and several golf courses.

In addition to excellent golden beaches and fine sand, the Costa Daurada offers the facilities of Port Aventura Park. A trip full of adventures and fun through its different thematic areas: Mexico, Far West, Mediterrània, Polynesia, China and the area for the whole family Sesame Adventure, in which we will find live shows and countless attractions, such as the iconic Dragon-Khan. Port Aventura offers the most refreshing fun in its Caribbean Coast resort, which includes various water attractions, playgrounds and recreational areas. When it comes to recharge, the complex has numerous restaurants and has excellent hotels with all kinds of amenities and services.

Barcelona, capital of Catalonia, is a Mediterranean and cosmopolitan city that integrates in its urban layout Roman remains, medieval districts and the most beautiful examples of Modernism and the avant-gardes of the 20th century. It is not for nothing that UNESCO has declared World Heritage Sites some of the emblematic constructions by the Catalan architects Antoni Gaudí and Lluís Doménech i Montaner.

Of Roman origin, its long history and economic dynamism have provided Barcelona with an impressive cultural knowledge, clearly evident in the conservation of its rich historical-artistic heritage and in the promotion of the most innovative artistic trends. A wide cultural agenda will lead the visitor to museums, exhibitions, outdoor sculptures… and to a rich programming of music, theatre and dance.

Distance from Sitges:
45 kms / 1 hour 5 min
0,00 € in tolls by C-31
42 kms / 45 min
6,95 € in tolls by C-32


Located on the shores of the Mediterranean, Barcelona is a cosmopolitan city of great cultural, commercial, financial and tourist importance. Barcelona is one of the most visited European cities, both for tourists wishing to visit the capital, and for those attending congresses, meetings and all kinds of exhibitions held in the city.

Barcelona has an impressive cultural offer, with some interesting museums such as the Joan Miró Foundation or the Picasso Museum, Although where the art that surrounds the city is really appreciated is walking through its streets full of charm. The famous Sagrada Familia or the amazing Park Güell are some of the brands with which Antonio Gaudí decorated the city in a spectacular way.

But Barcelona is not only art, but also has sunny beaches combined with a suggestive gastronomic offer.

On the shores of the Mediterranean, in the heart of the Costa Daurada, ancient Roman Tarraco offers us an important monumental legacy among extensive beaches. Its archaeological site, a World Heritage Site, is one of the points of interest of this Catalan city. From here you can make countless excursions, such as the one that will take the visitor to visit one of the best preserved Cistercian monasteries and also declared a World Heritage Site: the monastery of Poblet. A cultural proposal that adds to the one that makes possible a coastline on the shores of the Mediterranean Sea: seaside villas, tasty fish and seafood, and countless water sports.

Distance from Sitges:
62 kms / 45 min
7,79 € in tolls by C-32 y AP-7


The so-called “City of the Four Rivers” shows us a historic quarter dominated by medieval constructions and Roman, Arab and Hebrew reminiscences. It is in the walled enclosure of the Força Vella where the culminating works of its historical development are given. Its privileged location between the Pyrenean Mountain Range and the Costa Brava makes possible a multitude of excursions to both localities and natural areas worth mentioning. In all these places the traveler will have the opportunity to approach the regional gastronomy that combines in its recipes products of the sea and the mountain.

Distance from Sitges:
160 kms / 1 hour 50 min
11,30 € in tolls by AP-7

girona y figueres

Located in the peninsula of Cabo de Creus, Cadaqués is one of the most emblematic towns on the Costa Brava of Girona. Its rocky coastline, covered by beautiful beaches and secluded coves, is one of its main attractions, as well as the incredible landscape of the Cap de Creus Natural Park.

At the bottom of the bay of Cadaqués is its historic quarter, with Mediterranean air and deep marine flavor. A source of inspiration for painters and artists of international renown for decades, this nucleus now enjoys an intense cultural life, attested by its numerous museums and art galleries, among which the Salvador Dalí House-Museum stands out.

Cadaqués will be the ideal starting point to discover the rest of the Alt Empordà region, full of historical localities, unusual natural spaces and abundant archaeological sites.

Distance from Sitges:
230 kms / 2 hours 35 min
15,30 € in tolls by AP-7 y GI-614


For most cadaquesencs is special, but for those who are not cadaquesenc is more than special, for many it is an island and for others it is distant, for those who live all year round is part of their life and for those who come on holiday is like home… many are the sensations, experiences and values that Cadaqués offers.

With a population of almost 3,000 inhabitants, its economy is based on tourism, an activity that year after year consolidates as the main economic engine of the town.

If you want to know streets, coves and corners of Cadaqués, you just have to get into this website and navigate to know what to visit, we will seduce you.

Andorra is a small state with more than a thousand years of history. Visit the Romanesque churches, museums and wineries of the microproductors of wine. You can have fun all year round in the leisure centres and enjoy sports and cultural events. Enjoy mountain and adventure activities, winter sports, shopping, thermoludism and wellness, local cuisine and entertainment. Skiing, hiking, cycling, mountain biking, climbing, canyoning, horse riding, etc

Distance from Sitges:
200 kms / 2 hours 40 min
0,00 € in tolls by C-15 y C-14
220 kms / 2 hours 50 min
19,03 € in tolls by C-32 y N-260 (Cadí)


Aqualeón, in the Finca Les Basses in Albinyana (Tarragona), offers the opportunity to enjoy an extraordinary place in the region of Baix Penedés. Divided into four zones (Chill Out & Play, Family Fun, Kidzworld and Adrenaline Fun), the park has all kinds of attractions, from those specially designed for children, to the most dizzying ones for those who dare with everything. In the children’s area there is a mini park inside the water and adapted slides. In the rest of the enclosure we find classics such as the Black Hole, the Kamikaze or the Rapids, as well as the Toboloko, the Anaconda and the Crazy Race.

Distance from Sitges:
40 kms / 40 min
4,15 € in tolls by C-32


Aquatic park and dolphinarium of La Pineda (Tarragona) next to Salou with Hawaiian theming for children and adults.

Distance from Sitges:
73 kms / 50 min
6,05 € in tolls by C-32 y A-7
80 kms / 55 min
9,24 € in tolls by C-32 y AP-7


It has been distinguished by the European Commission as a European destination of excellence (EDEN), in recognition of its sustainable tourism proposal.

The area of this natural space, located in Tarragona, is 320 square kilometers, of which 80 make up the Ebro Delta Natural Park. It stands out its ornithological richness, which gives it international relevance with more than 400 species and some of the most important colonies breeding seabirds in the Mediterranean. The plains give the Ebro Delta a unique landscape that varies according to the season. They can be found from horticultural and fruit growing areas to rice fields. However, in the coastal part there are large lagoons surrounded by reeds and reeds. The periphery of this Natural Park is characterized by its saline soils, and large and deserted sandy beaches with dunes.

Distance from Sitges:
140 kms / 1 hour 35 min
15,14 € in tolls by C-32 y AP-7


Valencia can be a city of topics: light, moon, gunpowder, paella, flowers, faults. They are keys to trying to explain what, in reality, cannot be counted with words. It is necessary to visit and get to know Valencia to see that centuries-old traditions coexist alongside modernity. That the sea and the city are compatible. That the green of the orchard can be kept next to a modern urban plot. That, day and night, Valencia is unique. Now, the capital of the Turia, is more. In addition to the countless attractions that the city has had for centuries, there are a number of striking infrastructures such as the Ciutat de les Arts i les Ciències, which, as could not be otherwise in this enclave, are linked to culture.

Valencia was founded by the Romans as a colony in 138 BC. Being consul Tenth June Gross Galaico, and was called Valentia Edetanorum. Several centuries later, in the year 711, the Muslims occupied the city contributing their language, religion and customs, such as the establishment of irrigation systems and the introduction of new crops. In 1238 the Christian king James I of Aragon reconquered the city, and divided the lands among the nobles who helped him to conquer it, as attested in the Llibre del Repartiment, as well as created a new law for the city, the Fueros de Valencia The city is located on the banks of the river Turia, on the Levantine coast of the Iberian peninsula, right in the center of the Gulf of Valencia, although at the time the Romans founded it, it was on a river island of the Turia, about four kilometers away from the sea. About ten kilometers south of the city is the Albufera de Valencia.

Distance from Sitges:
315 kms / 3 hours 10 min
32,65 € in tolls by C-32 y AP-7


Few cities like Valencia are able to harmoniously coexist the remains of its most remote past, dating back to 138 BC, with the most innovative and avant-garde buildings that rise in the new millennium. Valencia is commerce and culture, cinema, theatre, museums, music, business. It is a centre of international design and avant-garde, and one of the most active cities at fairs and congresses in Europe. Due to its geographical location, Valencia has historically been Spain’s gateway to the Mediterranean, and has the special charm of the cities that are seaport. In addition, the fine sand and clean water, the amplitude of the open sea and the proximity of the coastal mountains give the Valencian coast a singular attraction.

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