One of the people attracted to the Sitges art scene was American industrialist Charles Deering (heir to the company that would become International Harvester), who had this charming palace built right after World War I. Today it displays the collection of Dr. Jésus Pérez Rosales, which ranges from Gothic and Renaissance altarpieces to Catalan ceramics. The town’s own art collection is of more local interest as it features work created by Sitges artists in the 19th and 20th centuries, including the members of the Sitges “Luminist School,” a movement that preceded Catalan Modernisme. Check to see if recent renovations are completed before heading over as it may be closed.