It is a beautiful town on the coast of Costa Brava and arguably the gay capital of Europe. Throughout the town, there are pride flags of all sizes flown to show off inclusiveness. Multiple gay bars and clubs, restaurants and shops can be found in the town, showing how open and accepting the inhabitants are. Couples can be seen holding hands and loving each other openly, so there is no shortage of PDA in the area. Every year, Sitges hosts a weekend- to a week-long gay pride parade along the beach in June. There are a bunch of groups who come to show off their pride in themed outfits and through music and dance.
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Sitges is a small city 35 km south-western of Barcelona. In the late 19th century Sitges started to become a mecca for artists and a center for Modernist and post Art Nouveau architects. During the s under the conservative dictatorship of Franco it became a center for the counterculture in Spain. Nowadays, Sitges' economy is based mainly on upscale tourism, business meetings and conferences. Unlike most other coasts in Spain which were taken over by cheap mass tourism in the s and s, Sitges fortunately preserved its special atmosphere of a charming and pleasant but also more expensive place to relax and have fun.