- The Museum of Cau Ferrat is one of the shining examples of Modernism in Catalonia. Santiago Rusiñol acquired this old fisherman’s cottage in 1834 and turned it into a meeting point for artists and intellectuals of the time. Subsequently it became a museum, housing works by El Greco, Picasso, Miró, Rusiñol, Zuloaga and Utrillo and a magnificent collection of forged iron pieces.
- The Museum of Maricel houses three collections: the maritime collection of Emerencià Roig i Raventós, the modern art collection (with works by Rusiñol, Mas i Fondevila, Felip Masó, Joaquim Sunyer, etc…) and the collection belonging to Dr. Pérez-Rosales, a display of Romanesque and Gothic painting, Renaissance works and sculptures from Catalan artists of the early 20th century, among others. Of note is the room displaying a mural by Sert and the sculptures by Llimona placed before a window looking out on to the Mediterranean.
- Romantic Museum This museum allows you to take a glimpse of the life of a family of Sitges at the end of the 19th Century, taking a tour through a Romantic style home on the street of Sant Gaudenci, also housing an interesting doll collection donated by the writer and illustrator Lola Anglada.
- Maricel Palace This palace is one of the most emblematic buildings of Sitges. It was built in 1910 by the North American tycoon Charles Deering to house his art collections. The palace still retains its early 20th century noble presence, especially in its elegant Gold and Blue Halls, the cloister and the terraces.
To book your visit directly from the hotel prior to your arrival.