The town of Sitges offers different sites to visit. Thanks to the advantageous location of the MiM hotel you can walk to different religious venues, such as the church of Sant Bartomeu i Santa Tecla or the Ermita de Sant Sebastià, rest and enjoy the views at the Mirador de Miguel Utrillo or Raco de la Calma, stroll through the port of Aiguadolça and the Passeig Maritim or enjoy the cuisine in the plaça de la Vila.
The Maricel Palace is one of the most representative buildings in Sitges. The Palace currently serves three purposes. First, as a place that hosts institutional and cultural events that are important to the civic and cultural life of Sitges. Second, some of its spaces host events as well as secular weddings. And finally,the rooms, terrace and cloister are accessible to guided tours given by Museus de Sitges every Sunday.
The Cau Ferrat Museum was founded in 1893 by the artist Santiago Rusiñol (1861-1931) as a home-based workshop, becoming a public museum in 1933, preserving the artistic spirit of its founder. Painting, drawing, sculpture, wrought iron, ceramic, glass and much of Rusiñol's artwork form a unique artistic ensemble, along with the very building hosting the display. For the visitor, it is the first must-see visit among all the museums of Sitges.
The Romantic Museum Can Llopis is housed in a neoclassical building built in 1793. The austerity of the neoclassical façade contrasts with the interior decor, evoking the daily life of a wealthy house of the nineteenth century. The gallery on the first floor and the romantic garden are two of the most attractive areas of the house. The garden of Can Llopis is one of the emblematic venues for the concert series that takes place at Museus de Sitges during its summer cultural program.
Sitges is the hometown of Don Facundo Bacardí, a tireless fighter and founder of one of the most prestigious rum companies around the world. This is why Casa Bacardi is at the heart of this small coastal town, the perfect place to discover this brand´s amazing history.
Sitges is steeped in the arts. Its people have made culture one of its principal identifying features. The creation of the Stämpfli Foundation is a fact of extraordinary importance in the cultural trajectory of Sitges. Peter Stämpfli is an artist who is known, valued and sought-after in France, Switzerland, Belgium and USA. His works form part of the most outstanding collections of Europe, USA, Japan or Korea. He has displayed some 300 individual and collective exhibitions during his career, in venues such as the Pompidou Center and the National Gallery Jeu de Paume in Paris.