The narrow streets of Sitges are ideal for a walking shopping "tour," where you can find all kinds of things to strike your souvenir and gift fancy: clothing, shoes, accessories, swimsuits, crafts, antiques and more. Not to mention cafes and restaurants.

Called the "White Boulevard," the Cap de la Vila is considered the town center that all other streets lead to. Other streets, leading to the water, are lined with shops as well, and there are particularly lots of antique vendors in town. An outdoor market is held on Thursdays, where you will find clothes, kitchen utensils, and fresh food including meats, vegetables, fruit, and fish.

Barcelona, Sitges' "big sister," is less than 30 minutes away, and full of shopping opportunities. Passeig de Gracia and the surrounding area offer the best shopping. Books, jewelry, design outlets, and more can be found there. El Corte Ingles is a department store found at Placa de Catalunya. 

In Barri Gotic, you'll find a craft market, an antique market, a coin stamp collector's market. Lastly, for the shop-till-you-drop types, there's Heron City, with shops, cinemas, bars, arcades, cafes, and all the etcetera you could wish for.