You are Privileged Indeed – On Friday and Saturday Nights!

Privilege, Sitges

Privilege was one of the hits of the Summer this Season, and with good reason! The bar was packed every night, full of lots of lovely boys from all over the world. Barcelona-like in atmosphere, the bar has a large dancefloor, dark room and great music played throughout the night.

No surprise then that this Winter, Privilege has decided to re-open during the weekend.

So now Sitges has a new venue for the Winter. Pay a visit every Friday and Saturday night.

Noting to Wear?…

Comming to Sitges? Don't want to be laden down with baggage? Then take our advice… Bring an empty suitcase.

Gay Shopping Sitges

There are some great shops in Sitges. However if you want some real retail-therapy at a price that won't leave you bankrupt, then head for the hills of La Roca Village where you can splurge your cash on some designer gear! Just 40 minutes by car, La Roca Village is an unmissable value-for-money shopping experience

La Roca Village

The village has been tastefully designed in the form of a 19th century catalan village The Catalan architecture and hacienda style buildings are a tribute to international designers – Dolce & Gabbana, Burberry, Versace, Polo Ralph Lauren, Ermenegildo Zegna and Tommy Hilfiger.

La Roca Village

So make sure you look your best… like all the other Gay boys in Sitges… and take a day off to go shopping in style!

For opening times and directions visit the website.

Luxury in Sitges – True Style

Luxury in Sitges

We recently received an email from two gay boys planning their forthcomming honeymoon. They wanted to have a honeymoon-to-remember, “something different, spectacular and memorable”.

They were definite on two points! 1. They wanted to stay in Sitges. 2. They wanted a 5-Star holiday. Now that we had their requirements, we set about putting together a dream holiday to remember….the highlights of which made it to the blog.

1. First, where to stay?

There really is only one option for those seeking true luxury in Sitges and that is the 5 Star Dolce Sitges resort. Although it is a bit far out of town, the service, views and atmosphere make the journey more than worth it. Note that this resort is not Gay, but very gay friendly.

Dolce Sitges

The Dolce commands magnificent views over the golf course, the Mediterranean coast and this famous seaside town. Each of the hotels 263 rooms are beautifully designed with the latest amenities and incorporate terraces that offer coastal or pool views.

The two restaurants of the Dolce Sitges Hotel, the Verema and Esmarris offer superb Mediterranean cuisine and the opportunity to enjoy some terrace dining whilst taking in the exotic surroundings. The Malvasia Bar is great for pre-party cocktails or late-night nightcaps with that special someone.

The leisure facilities at the Hotel Dolce Sitges are superb and include four outdoor pools, fitness centre, indoor pool with spa centre including massages, sauna and beauty treatments…. perfect for the morning-after treatments! You have to look good in Organic after all!

From November to March, Dolce offers a special weekend rate of EUR 182.00 per person for two nights, including breakfast.

2. Something Really Memorable

The boys had never been sailing. Yachting around Sitges is one of the most popular activities during the summer. Whilst swimming in the sea you can view the amazing Yachts sail in and out of the bay. Sitges has a beautiful port and the surrounding Mediterranean coastline is truly spectacular. Stopping off for lunch at the little beaches of Cubelles or Cubit is a must.

Charter Yacht

There are several charter companies in the port area, all offering excellent service and full skipper services if required. We recommend Azul Sailing. for 2 reasons. First off, the staff are multi-lingual and secondly, you can skipper the entire Yacht yourself (provided you are qualified of course). Go for the Bavaria 50 Cruiser “New Dream” if you have the cash to splash.

3. Culture

The boys wanted to experience some unique Spanish culture away from the major tourist spots. They were also interested in wine. The Torres Vineyard immediately sprang to mind. Visiting in July can mean long-queues thoug as the winery can get exteremely busy at that time of year. So we opted for Spain's answer to Tuscany, the charming town of Priorat.


If you haven't heard of Priorat yet, you soon will. Home to some of the most expensive wines in Spain, this idyllic region has also become home to some of Europe's most notable celebrities.

Together with the stunning views of the Montsant natural park, there is the Moorish castle and Romanesque church at Siruana. History buffs with an interest in the Spanish Civil War can visit the sites of the Battle of the River Ebro, one of the most important and decisive of the war.

Of course the real reason to visit Priorat is for the wine. “Expensive, delicious and worth every penny”, was how the boys rated the trip on their return.

4. The Finishing Touch

The rest of the holiday was spent lounging by the pool, soaking up the sun on the gay beach and partying the night away in the many local bars and clubs. The finishing touch on the final night was a beautiful meal in one of Sitges most infamous of restaurants, La Fragata located at the very beginning of Passeo Ribera. (Telephone: +34 93 8941086)

La Fragata

If you would like a personal itinerary or have any questions then please just drop us a line.

Last Dance at Organic


This weekend is your last chance to dance the night away in Organic.. until Christmas. The club will close for November and December… making its return for the New Year. So celebrate the end of October and Halloween weekend with a party to remember!

Keep Fit and enjoy the beauty of Garaff

Jafra Cycle

We're big fans of the Garaff Natural Park. Next weekend you can see the entire park in its stunning autumn glory by bike…

Leaving from St Pere de Ribes (about 10 minutes bike-ride from Sitges) your route takes in some of the stunning vistas of the Garaff park.

Your final destination is the smallest town in the region, Olivella. This little town is picture perfect. With less than 1,000 inhabitants it remains a typically charming Catalan town and is well worth the 30km journey.

Jafra Cycle

This route is for fit boys only… of course you could always drive up to the village to see all those lovely guys arrive.

The entry fee is EUR 18.

For further information contact

Happy cycling!

The Autumn Winter Collection – Opening Times of Bars and Clubs

Autumn Winter Sitges

Bars and Clubs in Sitges are a little like fashion… its all about the trends.. The trend for Autumn and Winter 07 is that a lot of bars have closed until Carnival in Feb 07… but there are still plenty to choose from and weekends are extremely busy.

So the following bars are open at the moment and have special offers during these times.

Drag Shows

Comidin – Weekends from 1am
Prinz – Sundays from 1am
Monroes – Fridays – Drag Show Bingo

*Constantly changing

B-Side, Oreks and Prinz – From 1am

Weekend Disco
Organic Disco
Saturday Nights is the best night here
Still open up until November.
Thereafter TBC

Rickys, a straight disco is also popular during the winter months with locals and gay folk.

Open at Weekends

The Piano BarXXLAzul

Enjoy your time in Sitges.

Weather’s Still warm in Sitges… What to do in October?

Hot October in Sitges

This weekend sees temperatures in the mid twenties… 24 to 26 degrees each day. So what's a gay boy to do when in Sitges? Well there's always the beach. However if you are feeling a little bit more adventerous, may we recommend spending some time at the Club de Mar de Sitges.

Sailing, Windsurfing, Sitges

Waiting for you in the middle of the seafront of Sitges is the SITGES SEA CLUB, a unique place for enjoying water sports. Its sailing school is approved by the Catalan Sailing Federation and comes complete with qualified instructors. Classes for beginners and experienced yachters. Learn to windsurf and show off to all the boys on the beach!

For further information: *Spanish Language Only
Pg. Marítim, s/n 08870 Sitges Tel. 938940905 Fax 938943844

Halloween… parties


Those of you planning to come to Spain for the long-weekend of Halloween should keep an eye out for the big parties in Barcleona. The one we recommend is taking place at the Gay Tea Dance on Sunday the 30th. It's know as “THE BLACK GOTHIC HALLOWEEN PARTY: Halloween night + Porno of your life!”

The best thing about this party is the dess code. Nothing too bad.. just wear black.. something black.. Our dress up in a nice police uniform like the boys above and come and arrest us.

We're waiting to see what the local Sitgeans are going to put-on for Halloween… just watch this space.

Amazing Views of Sitges

Fabricio in Sitges

Sitges has some amazing scenery. And what better way to view it than with a beautiful man…. We were out with Fabricio, taking some shots before he heads home to Brazil. But don't worry.. he will be back again next Season. Until then.. here he is enjoying some of Sitges more familiar sights.

Fabricio by the canon

These canons were meant to keep people out in the middle ages… now the invaders are more welcome…

Fabricio La Fragata Beach

La Fragata beach in the background is home to some of the more high-end restaurants in Sitges. It is also the scene where many local festivities are set, including the fireworks displays, the wine trashing competition and a host of other one-off events in Sitges. When it gets really hot, it is the best place to watch the boys play beach voleyball in the Summer…. lovely.

Voleyball Sitges

Sitges gets Gay Monument

Gay Sitges Monument

Sitges recently unveiled the first monument dedicated to Gay people in Spain. The monument commerates the 10th anniversary of a particularly dark period in Sitges relationship with gay people. In 1996, the municipal government dediced to monitor the activity of gay people on the beaches of Sitges.

Gay Sitges Monument view from Beach

Unsuprisingly, this decision was met with uproar by the local gay community. Relations between gay people and local government institutions was frosty at best throughout that period. Tension mounted at the end of September when a gay waiter was attacked and beaten by a group of Neo Nazis. Local gay organisations mounted a protest on the streets and eventually the decision to monitor activities on the beach was dropped.

You can watch the unveiling of the monument here.

The monument bears the inscription, “Sitges. 1996 – 5 October 2006. Against homofobia”. In the shape of an inverted pink triangle, the monument itself looks a bit dated in our opinion, however it is still worthy of note as a move in a positive direction.