The perfect location for your next holiday!

Sitges Holiday Accommodation

Staying in Sitges has been made a lot easier over the past few years. Many old apartments have been completely refurbished and a lot of new developments are catering to the increased demand for high-quality self-catering accommodation. This is all done in the best possible taste, in keeping with Sitges efforts to retain its distinctive charm.

Brian and James from S.H.A

Finding the right place to stay though can still be difficult, which is why we recommend that you use a reputable agent with a solid track record. One such agent is Sitges Holiday Accommodation. Set up in 2002, is a gay, privately owned and operated holiday apartments and villas rental service. Brian and James (pictured above) offer all customers a very personal service, giving advice and recommendations whether guests are visiting the city on business or pleasure.

Sitges Holiday Accommodation

Many of the properties that Brian and James manage are exclusive… that means no other agency has them on their books! They have some stunning apartments and villas with superb views all around Sitges. They also have properties available in Barcelona.

Just imagine sitting on the balcony in the late evening enjoying a refreshing glass of cold Cava as the beautiful boys pass your apartment, walking up and down the beach! Well, don't imagine. Book your 2007 trip now. Remember, quality accommodation is booked out fast, so to avoid disappointment we advise you to book early. What are you waiting for?

Shopping for Summer in 2007

Shopping in Barcelona

Our night in Barcelona was a bit of an excess as we said… so what better way to round it off than by flashing some plastic and visiting Barcelona's Shopping Line!

The city's main shopping thoroughfare is known as the Barcelona Shopping Line. Its 5 mines long and is mostly pedestrianised stretching from the harbour to the uptown Diagonal district, via La Rambla, the old town, the Gothic Quarter and the Passeig de Gràcia and Rambla de Catalunya.

Added to that, it is officially a Shopping Year in Barcelona from March 2006 to 2007…so go on treat yourselves… just look at what you will be wearing next year. Yes, the Summer 2007 range of clothing from top designers such as D&G and D-Squared is already on-sale in BCN.

Shopping in Barcelona

Expect the shoes to be a big hit for Summer 07 from D Squared

Shopping in Barcelona

Bright Colours are back in Vogue for 2007…

Shopping in Barcelona

Same model, different Brand… D&G's collection is “shiny” for Summer.

Shopping in Barcelona

This Madonna T-Shirt will become the must have item for Summer in Sitges next year… expect lots of copies…so check your boy has the original before you rip it off him… happy Shopping.

DSquared and D&G are stocked in Cortes Ingles in Barcelona and in Oscars in Sitges.

A great night out in Barcelona

Mondo Club

Its very easy to over-do things in Barcelona… that's why its always welcoming to return to Sitges to relax… However you have to let your hair down now and then and believe us, there is no better city to do it in than BCN.

The blurring of gay and straight clubs continues in Spain. Yes, there are clear distinctions and you can go to a “Gay Only” club…. but in Barcelona, that seems to happen later on. Most people begin the night in mixed-company and tend to go to the very happening clubs of the moment. One such club is Mondo. Expect lots of hot boys and girls pouring out of designer gear and looking fab.. which, to be honest, is why you want to go there!

You will find Mondo Club by the water on Moll d'Espanya s/n, in the IMAX building.

Pussy Cat

The Pacha clubs are world renowned… (after all their birthplace was in Sitges)… but in Winter you have to pay a trip to the Pacha BCN. Watch out for Sunday nights for the Pussy Deluxe….. Shows are put on by the Sex and Millions Group which have to be seen to be believed.


If after all that you are still ready for more… head to Metro… Barcelona's official top gay club. Opening hours : Every day from 2 am. On Monday: in the nights of cabaret, Tuesday: Sexy boys, on Wednesday: big party, on Thursday: bingo, on Friday Saturday and Sunday.


Metro is 100% gay open every day. It has two rooms in the same space, five bars, dark room, videolounge. Dance music, house with resident dj's Bratt, Cani in the mean room and daily spectacles, music a little more “petarda” in the second room.

Everyone loves Metro….

Cute Guys

A pretty four-some…

Cute Guys

Hot Couple…

Cute Guys…

Cute Guys

For further info visit Metro Site

Gais Positius/Privilege Charity Auction Night


Sammy, this year’s Master of Ceremonies, will lead us through a night of dancing, auctions, raffles, drag queens and performers…and DJ Andrea will spin her own brand of house, big beat and other styles to keep the dance floor packed and toes tapping!

Monies raised by Privilege will go to Gais Positius, an organisation that supports people living with HIV/AIDS and funds AIDS testing and other vital services within the community.

Saturday 18 November 2006, from 11pm to 3am

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November Surfing in Sitges

Surfing in Sitges

Aiguadolc beach was treated to a hot Surfing display late yesterday evening when some Australian boys took on the waves of Sitges. The weather was a beautiful 23 degrees yesterday, but the water looked quite cold.

Still though the boys came out smiling, even if they were bemused at their photos being taken! And no they're not local… just here for a few days rest!

Surfing in Sitges = Lovely

Port Sitges/Aiguadolc often sees lots of Spanish boys surfing… but these boys were really good!

Surfer takes on the Waves at Sitges

Windsurfing, Para-Sailing and Jet-Skis can all be arranged via any of the operators by the port. [Official Port Website]

Sitges Surfing, Aiguadolc Beach

Smile, you're on camera!

Say cheese!

A day out in Vilanova – Continued

Continuing on from our posting yesterday, Vilanova offers a wide range of things to do without having to travel too far from Sitges. From antique fairs to Roman Museums, there's something for everyone.

Find your own Roman centurion!

Vilanova Museum

V. BALAGUER MUSEUM – Victor Balaguer Avenue, s/n. Phone (+34) 938 154 202

The museum contains one of the largest collections of 19th century Catalan paintings as well as collections of decorative arts and archaeology. The library contains one of the richest collections of the 19th century, with manuscripts, engravings and maps.

You know you always wanted to drive a train!

Vilanova Railway Museum

Eduard Maristany Square s/n. Phone (+34) 938 158 491 – Web Site

This museum has a complete collection of steam engines. The collection includes a revolving bridge and a turntable, under which are some of the oldest engines conserved in Spain, a bogie belonging to one of the American coaches (HARLAN) used in Catalonia when the first railways were constructed.

Visit a Stud Farm

Vilanova Railway Museum

The Yeguada Alba stud farm (website) offers visitors the opportunity to see the most beautiful Spanish mares and sires. Visits must be arranged at least one week in advance. The scenery is tryly spectacular. If horses are your thing, then this visit is a must.

Shop 'till you drop….

Brocanters Vilanova

Shopping for bargins is always great fun. Why not try your hand at some antiquing and pick up a piece of Catalan history. There are 2 main fairs that are worth a visit. Both are perfect for finding the perfect momento of your trip to Spain without resorting to tacky-tourist memorabilia.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, the “Brocanters” or antique dealers fair takes place on the third Sunday of every month on Rambla de la Pau.

From 10 a.m. to 2 p.m, the Amateur painters fair takes place on the Fourth Sunday of each month on Rambla Principal-Rambla de J. T. Ventosa.

Round off your day with the perfect meal.

Brocanters Vilanova

Once you have finished your trip, we recommend you pay a visit to Restaurant La Masia. The food is superb and it is on the journey back towards town.

A day out in Vilanova – Vilanova November Fair

On the way to Vilanova

Sitges is a great town for relaxing and partying… but somtimes every Gay boy needs a little distraction. Vilanova is a busy port town approximately 15 minutes drive from Sitges. Avoid the motorway and take the C-246a; the route is far more pleasant as you can see from the shots below. You pass some stunning mountain views of Sitges and a beautiful little winery on the way.

On the way to Vilanova

The entrance to the winery… almost a Monet like quality.

Monet Type Sitges

The Vilanova Fair is currently on today and tomorrow. Click the link below to explore more about Vilanova.

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Remember….. this Friday… Privilege is open!

Privliege Sitges

A quick reminder to all you stylish boys out there… Privilege will be open on Friday and Saturday this weekend. Don't forget to pop in when you're partying in Bonaire.

Beyond Sitges – Exploring Montserrat and the Torres Vineyards

Torres Vineyard

The Wine Festivals may be well and truly over, but that's no excuse not to go exploring the Torres Vineyard. Most people who come to Sitges combine this visit with a trip to Montserrat.

The Torres Vineyard

Torres Vineyard

Even for non-wine drinkers a visit to the Torres Winery is truly facinating. You can see the arrival of the grapes, the fermentation process and visit the ample underground cellars. You will be able to walk amongst the casks and smell the wine whilst it ages and understand the secrets of of the Torres process.

Torres Vineyard

The tour lasts approximately one hour and at the end their is an opporrunity to sample some of the delicious range of aperitifs.

Torres Vineyard

Once you have finished your tour, make sure you take a stroll through the grounds as they are truly magnificent.

Opening Hours: Monday to Friday and bridging days from 9:00h to 17:00h. Saturdays from 9:00h to 18:00h. Sundays and holidays from 9:00h to 13:00h. Closed 25th and 26th December and 1st and 6th January.

For further information visit the Torres Tourism WebSite.

A visit to Montserrat


site of a Benedictine abbey, which hosts the Virgin of Montserrat sanctuary and which is identified by some with the location of the Holy Grail in Arthurian myth. So for all those Da Vinci Code Fans.. its a must.


The name “Montserrat” literally means “jagged mountain” and is used because of the peculiar aspect of the edifice, which is visible from a great distance.


The abbey can be reached by road, by cable car, or by the Montserrat Rack Railway from Monistrol in the valley below, which in turn can be reached by Ferrocarrils de la Generalitat de Catalunya train from Barcelona's Plaça d'Espanya station.


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Tuaca – totally different, totally delicious.

Tuaca Sitges

Our post yesterday on Beaujolais Nouveau had us thinking about one of our favourite topics… alcohol! A real hot trend in Spain now, and especially in Barcelona and Sitges is Tuaca.

Legend has it that Lorenzo De Medici created an exquisite amber liqueur that became a favourite among 16th century Italian nobility. The recipe was lost for may centuries until Tuscan Brothers-in-law Geatano Tuoni and Giorgio Canepa re-discovered it and improved it even further in the 1940's.

The liquor has a brandy base with a delicious blend of vanilla and orange and has a beautiful amber glow. It can be enjoyed as a straight shot or a slammer (very popular in Sitges at the moment) or try it in your coffee or savour it on the rocks after a good meal!