“I have been living in Sitges for 10 years now and I feel totally at home here. When I see how happy my kids are here and realising what a great opportunity they have to live their lives outdoor everyday, so i think we would never leave.” Monica
“I have relocate to Sitges 3 years ago with my family and I found the process of relocation very smooth for us and the children. Sitges is very organised to welcome families with kids as the offer of activities for them is unbelievable for such a little town. Always had a passion for real estate” Silvia
Sitges is located on the Mediterranean coast at the southern edge of the Garraf national Park, only 30 km south of Barcelona and 15 km from its international airport.
Sitges is a cosmopolitan town of unique personality and charm that has always capture the interest of many bohemian artists, writers and general visitors all around the world.
Nowadays is one of the most popular destination for families that are relocating to Barcelona and are looking to improve their lifestyles being committed to travel to the city for business or having to catch daily flights.
Its population, composed by 70 different registered nationalities, has increased in the last few decades as Sitges today is not only a resort destination but also an exceptional location where many expats settle down in a healthy and international enviroment with wonderful services.
The climate on Sitges is typically Mediterranean, with long, dry summers and short, rainy winters. The average annual temperature is 18,7°C, but in summer, it can reach over 35°C. Sitges boasts an average of more than 300 days of sunshine a year. Summer begins in April and stretches through to mid November. The winter is short and brings blue skies and a high sun with a cool breeze.
Golden Coast (Costa Daurada)
Sitges is part of the Costa Dorada (Golden Coast) that extends from Barcelona down along the Mediterranean Sea to the city of Tarragona. It has been called “golden” because of the its dazzling sandy beaches with clean clear and shallow waters. The fertile lands around the coast produce some of the best wine in Spain along with olive groves, almonds and a wide selection of vegetables.